Kroegapp BarDoggy stops

BarDoggy stops five years after its establishment. This is what founder Tim de Kraker told Sprout. 'In the end, we did not succeed in developing a profitable business model'. The Kraker once compared the bar app with Groupon, but then for cafes. Geographic areas were created via GPS. If the user entered such a circle, at 20 to 30 meters from a pub, he would receive an offer

BarDoggy stops five years after its establishment. This is what founder Tim de Kraker told Sprout. 'In the end, we did not succeed in developing a profitable business model'.

The Kraker once compared the bar app with Groupon, but then for cafes. Geographic areas were created via GPS. If the user entered such a circle, at 20 to 30 meters from a pub, he would receive an offer. 25, 000 bars used to participate in the service.

BarDoggy raised more than 1 million euros from various investors, including Print.com founder Marco Aarnink.

The Kraker is looking for a next challenge with full energy.