The Maryland Daily Record recently ran an article spotlighting one of Bowie and Jensen’s clients, Localist.
Localist was founded by Myke Nahorniak and Nate Mook to provide an online calendar of events in every city so that local events at hole-in-the-wall places would no longer be a privileged secret of savvy socialites.
The idea evolved over time, and now Localist provides online calendar software to over 100 clients with a niche in the university setting. One of their first clients was Johns Hopkins University in 2009. The company released its mobile app, Tailgate, in 2012 and began servicing more academic and university clients.
Localist has begun to reach out to non-academic organizations. Now, the calendar software is making an impact on other types of organizations, including Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library and the Downtown Partnership.
More information about Localist:
Localist is the industry’s only provider of an interactive online calendaring platform that helps marketers take full advantage of their event content. Localist’s intuitive, cloud-based calendar takes the confusion out of managing events, turning event content into a powerful marketing driver that saves time, boosts attendance, and increases overall brand awareness.