05
December
2012
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03:59 PM
America/Los_Angeles

SupperKing - Enabling "Collaborative Consumption" Of Home Cooked Meals

Beverly Hills based SupperKing launched this week, offering friends and neighbors an easy way to invite each other to share home cooked meals, and share the costs.

I met the founders recently in San Francisco. Kai Stubble, CEO of SupperKing (above on left, with Jack Warren, CMO) said that the service encourages "collaborative consumption" by making it easy to invite people, and easy to share the costs of food and drink.

SupperKing has an iPhone app to organize the dinner and manage invitations and payments. It could also be useful for "pop up" restaurants in people's homes. Here's more info: