- Over $610,000 already raised from the founders and 381 Reg CF investors.
- Award-winning UI team has designed apps for Apple, Twitter, Snapchat, and Kanye West.
- Partnered with #1 mobile app development company in the world - our world class engineering team has built apps for Infiniti, Microsoft, and Warner Music.
- Signed tech partnership agreement with RapidSOS (#1 emergency technology company) for enhanced connectivity to 250M+ mobile devices.
- Vetted by AT&T/FirstNet to enter into their App Developer Certification program for the nation's only ecosystem for public safety.
- Signed marketing channel partnership agreement with national nonprofit to access an immediate audience of over 300K users upon Kazoo product launch.
More Than One Million 911 Calls Sent to Wrong 911 Center Each Year, Require Transfer
More than 240 million 911 calls are made annually. Every single day, tens of thousands of these calls are sent to the wrong emergency call center due to call routing errors. The misrouted calls then have to be transferred to the correct jurisdiction before help can be sent.
A recent NBC segment below showcases how call routing errors occur. This is an urgent problem that requires an immediate solution. Kazoo provides the solution nationwide.
Perfect Call Routing via Kazoo
Kazoo enables victims to connect to 911 and automatically relay precise pinpoint location data to first responders. Kazoo’s technology ensures accurate call routing every single time—which results in speedier response times that victims so desperately need.
All-in-one safety solution, in seconds
The screens below demonstrate how Kazoo’s life-saving technology works. When you tap SOS (left), your emergency contacts (right) see an instant broadcast of the scene and have (7) vital data points and functions at their fingertips.
The screens below show a real-life scenario where a victim taps the SOS button. A live stream is instantly broadcast to their emergency contacts, who then call 911 on their behalf.
The 911 dispatcher instantly receives all of the victim’s vital information (name, phone number, longitude/latitude coordinates), while the emergency contact describes what’s going on at the scene. All of this happens in under 30 seconds.
Much more than just a safety app
Kazoo keeps you safe—and connected. We combined 50+ powerful and unique location-based social features in a way that has never been done before.
Everywhere you look, Kazoo is needed
Everything we do in our daily lives requires the location-based technology found in Kazoo. Kazoo combines the power of dozens of apps into one, while also providing many unique safety and lifestyle features not found anywhere else.
Leaning into the future of smart devices
Kazoo's product roadmap includes migration towards Web 3.0 (interconnectivity between smartphones, smart medical devices/wearables, car telematics, home security systems and more). The Kazoo platform will provide preemptive safety and security capabilities for users across all types of mobile devices, allowing for maximum market penetration.
Learn more about Kazoo’s technology platform in this exclusive interview with Peter Goodman, Kazoo CEO, and Brian Belley, founder of Crowdwise.
Partnered with #1 public safety tech company, RapidSOS
In an emergency, RapidSOS links life-saving data from any connected device or mobile app to 911 and first responders. This helps first responders receive accurate information – such as your name and pinpoint location – in real-time, so that they can respond to emergencies faster and more effectively.
Kazoo is certified as RapidSOS Ready, which means that our users can securely and automatically send their Kazoo data to 911 and first responders in any emergency situation. RapidSOS (and therefore, Kazoo) supports more than 4,800+ emergency call centers across the nation with 92%+ coverage.
Built for rapid growth
Kazoo’s monetization model revolves around a rapid-growth B2B white label strategy. Companies with millions of users can integrate Kazoo’s turnkey all-in-one location-based safety and social technology into their existing apps to:
- Turn their basic apps into sticky lifestyle and safety apps that customers use and rely upon every day
- Increase revenue via paid subscriptions
- Increase market share by attracting new customers
- Improve customer retention
- Gain a competitive edge against competitors that offer only basic app functionality
- Provide additional value to customers beyond core products and services
- Build long-term brand value by demonstrating corporate commitment to personal and family safety
Our total addressable market in the U.S. is $285B, and we’ve targeted a $12B serviceable market. Our scalable and cost-efficient go-to-market strategy focuses on national channel partners to reach millions of end-users.
Our B2B pricing strategy includes a one-time integration fee, plus a tiered monthly per-user fee. This approach provides a consistent revenue stream for Kazoo while minimizing barrier-to-entry friction. To increase market penetration, our business model also includes a B2C subscription strategy.
Take a tour of Kazoo
Take a sneak peek at Kazoo’s 50+ social and safety features in our short 3-minute product demo video.
Powered by a track record of success
Kazoo's proven entrepreneurial leadership team has brought over a dozen mobile and SaaS-based products and companies to the vanguard of innovation within their respective industries. Our world-class team of award-winning designers and engineers has led projects for global companies like Apple, Twitter, Microsoft, and even Kanye West.
Peter brings the Kazoo vision to life. A lifelong entrepreneur with a strong track record of building and launching rapid-growth SaaS companies in the healthcare, technology, and mobile app sectors, Peter oversees all of Kazoo’s day-to-day operations, including UI/UX design, product engineering and development, release schedules, product roadmaps, channel partnerships, and corporate messaging. Prior in his career, as founder and CEO of an international venture capital funded software development company, he turned a simple desktop application into an algorithmic and scalable enterprise staff scheduling technology platform; this platform is now used by more than 1,200 medical institutions worldwide. His vast experience with mobile app and application development, advertising, branding, messaging, digital marketing, project management, and architecting and designing custom web-based applications fuels his drive for Kazoo to reach mass adoption on a global scale. Peter received his M.A. from The Johns Hopkins University and a B.A from Washington University in St. Louis.
As Head of Product Design, Jake is a creative, dedicated mobile app designer committed to building world-class products that are aesthetically and functionally appealing for all users. Jake is Founder and Creative Director of Dream Team, whose clients include Apple, Twitter, Snapchat, Hermès, and Kanye West. Working with top tech companies, he has also built Apple Pay with Apple, Twitter Commerce with Twitter and products for iOS, Android, Google Glass, and Apple Watch. As the former Creative Director of Fancy, he worked to create an app that grew to 15 million users and raised $100 million, as well as being named one of the best apps of the year in the Apple and Google App Stores.
Scott is responsible for all branding and design for both corporate and consumer marketing. Scott is highly trained and experienced in developing corporate identities and multi-layered advertising campaigns. He has led the creative efforts of agencies in large markets such as Chicago, Charlotte, Louisville, and Washington, D.C., with a client roster including Sprint PCS, Motorola, YUM! Brands, and the NFL Players Club, to name a few. Formerly serving as the Art Director of One Alliance Communications, an independent creative agency, Scott led the concept development and layout team in all areas of print, outdoor, broadcast, and interactive advertising and design, taking each project from initial meeting to end product.
As Head of Finance for Kazoo, Laurie is an experienced financial executive with a focus on and expertise in fast-growth tech companies. She has helped secure millions in venture capital and private equity funding while also being a member of multiple management teams over her career. While working as VP of Finance at SOALogix, Laurie worked with the president to secure over $10M in equity financing and private investors, as well as leading the effort with senior management in the development and preparation of 12 to 60-month budgets and financial projections. Laurie has also developed sophisticated financial modeling and cash flow forecasting, including accrual-based financial projections for profit and loss, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
Use of Proceeds
If the offering's maximum amount of $307,801 is raised:
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This is an offering of Series B units, under registration exemption 4(a)(6), in Kazoo LLC. This offering must raise at least $10,000 by September 9, 2021 at 12:58am ET. If this offering doesn’t reach its target, then your money will be refunded. Kazoo may issue additional securities to raise up to $307,801, the offering’s maximum.
If the offering is successful at raising the maximum amount, then the company’s implied valuation after the offering (sometimes called its post-money valuation) will be:
These financial statements have been reviewed by an independent Certified Public Accountant.
The Offering Statement is a formal description of the company and this transaction. It’s filed with the SEC to comply with the requirements of exemption 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act of 1933.
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