Tabler, Nightlife Social Networking & Sharing Economy App, Launches in Miami
Tabler, the comprehensive nightlife social networking and sharing economy app, announces its debut in the Miami market. As the first platform that connects table sharing, inviting, and joining, Tabler allows members to pick their own crowds, meet new people, share costs and get exclusive tables at the best clubs around the world. App users can find all kinds of table options and people to party with on the app, from students to models to creators to artists. Tabler aims to forge new friendships and connect people of all ages, genders, nationalities, and backgrounds.
Launched in 2019 by Germany-based founders Alan Amadej Eferl and Deni Sebastian Eferl, Tabler has users in nearly 70 countries and is being used by popular influencers and celebrities across the globe. The app’s top markets include London, Tokyo, and Mykonos, with Miami as its newest destination.
“As a premier nightlife destination, Miami was a natural choice for our next expansion,’’ said Tabler’s COO Alan A. Eferl. “The nightlife and hospitality markets are booming, as people eagerly seek out their post-pandemic lifestyle and search for new ways to socialize in a safe environment. We want to provide a seamless, exclusive, and more affordable nightlife experience for both Miami locals and travelers looking to enjoy a night out.”
Tabler users start by creating their personal profiles with images and a bio, and from there, they can curate their night out. The host selects a club of their own choosing and specifies how many people they would like to invite to join their table. They sort through other members to invite based on personal interest, industry, age group, etc. Additionally, the host has the option to ask others to split the cost of the table with them, making nightclub experiences attainable for those who may not typically be able to purchase a table on their own. Tabler members will also have access to certain VIP amenities, such as skipping the lines at certain venues.
In an effort to make its members feel more secure, Tabler recently introduced a new “private table share” feature to allow for quarantine-safe events. Hosts can also determine a price for friends to help split the costs of food and beverages through the app, eliminating the hassle of requesting individual payments from guests.
“Currently, there’s no easy way to share, invite others or join a table in nightclubs around the world,” said CEO Deni S. Eferl. “On top of that, it’s a struggle for so many to meet new people, and that’s been amplified by the pandemic. By intertwining a social network, dating, and sharing app, we’ve created a platform that excites and empowers people to socialize again, whether it be in a VIP club setting or in the comfort of their own home. We’re confident Miami will embrace this concept completely.”
Tabler is available to download on the Apple and Android app store and Google Play.
For more information about Tabler, visit tablerapp.com.
Launched in 2019 by Germany-based founders Alan Amadej Eferl and Deni Sebastian Eferl, Tabler is the first comprehensive nightlife social networking and sharing economy app. The platform allows app users to pick their own crowds, meet new people, share costs and get exclusive tables at the best clubs around the world. To date, Tabler has users in nearly 70 countries and is being used by popular influencers and celebrities across the globe. The app’s top markets include London, Tokyo, and Mykonos, with Miami as its newest destination. For more information about Tabler, visit tablerapp.com.