Where is Meetup Corporate office Headquarters

Meetup Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 632 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 212-255-7327
  • Fax Number: 212-255-7310
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 2002
  • Founder: Scott Heiferman
  • Key People: Scott Heiferman (CEO)

Meetup Headquarters Location & Directions

Meetup Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Scott Heiferman

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Brendan McGovern

Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer

Douglas Atkin

Chief Community Officer

About Meetup, History and Headquarters Information

The company was founded in the year 2002. The company has been currently active for more than 17 years now. The founder of this company is Scott Heiferman. Within a few months after its founding date, users of around 56000 joined Meetup. In the year 2005, the company started charging an amount to the group organisers. Meetup had approximately 25.5 million users in their site by 2013. The company was taken over by WeWork in the latter half of 2017. Headquarters: 632 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA.

Meetup is an American company which mainly focuses on organising online groups which host in-person events for the ordinary people. The company has around 250 employees working under it. The company has currently David Siegel as its Chief Executive Officer and Director, Brendan McGovern as its Chief Financial Officer and also Douglas Atkin as its Chief Community Officer.

Meetup provides its services on creating various types of online groups that host in-person events for the ordinary people, which include parents and family, adventure and outdoor activities and also career and business as well.   

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  • Mary Bartholomew says:

    My friend Nancy Coffin and myself signed up for a Queen musical at the Mahaffey in St Pete/Tampa Fl with host Dana, with Meetup, Dana’s Deals, Discounts and Destenations I paid her personally by check and my friend by PayPal. Dana sent a notice today that she received the funds back from Mahaffey but some how she has a error with her bank and not able to release the funds for a week or more. It is unknown how many are still owed refunds other than Nancy and myself. The cost was $35.10 each. We understand she is moving to the other side of the state in one weeks time also,

    Cordially,

     
  • Jack says:

    There is a MeetUp hiking group in our area that continues to solicit and sponsor group hikes, with many people (for some reason) signing up. We note that both MeetUp Corporate (below) and the American Hiking Society (https://americanhiking.org/blog/hiking-responsibly-faq-covid-19/) have strongly discouraged this practice (obviously) to stall the spread of covid-19.

    Yet when this was noted to the MeetUp leader, she promptly banned us from the group and ALL OTHER GROUPS. Does this seem right?

    From Corporate:

    Dear Meetup members:

    In a time of social distancing, finding new ways to stay connected is more important than ever. Based on guidelines from the CDC and guidance from WHO we’re advising that all Meetup events are hosted online.

    Organizers are relying on support from their communities right now—at a time when it’s needed the most.

    Keeping communities healthy and connected is our number one priority, and hosting events online is a necessary solution until we’re able to meet in person. Thank you so much for your commitment to your communities and for supporting each other during these difficult times.

    David
    Meetup CEO

    https://help.meetup.com/hc/en-us/articles/360041040931-Meetup-event-policies-and-the-coronavirus-COVID-19-

     
  • Lyn says:

    I have had a meetup group for 5 years. Recently e mails are going out to the group saying I am stepping down as leader. I am not. I pay my monthly fee. This month some random guy took over as the organizer of my group. I contacted him and explained I didn’t have any intention of not leading MY group. He apolojised and added me back to the leadership team. But as a co organizer. I tried to get support from MEET up to help me correct this. But it was very scammy. I was told in order to get access to my account I had to go down the street and purchase an e bay card for $100? WHAT?! Stop what I am doing to go do that? I think you guys have been hacked by scammers and you don’t know it. No one answers your CORPORATE OFFICE phone? Really? What is going on over there?

     
  • Sue Archer says:

    In Florida, we are getting all the meet up notifications on google mail with the time listed as PST instead of
    our time. It would be best to just have it listed local time!!!!
    This is in the intro where the date is and the when, where, who is listed, not in our specific advertisement.

     
  • jim gallagher says:

    What is with the explosion of redundant email (group) notifications lately? It’s become junk mail.

     
  • dj Starr Lowery says:

    It seems as though Meetup doesn’t feel the need to reply to our issues. My issue is that I’ve tried and tried (and tried) to leave a group and cannot. I recieve 4 to 5 messages every day about 21 to 25 (!!!!!) events that day. I want OUT

     
  • Jeh says:

    If I didn’t know better, Meetup.com looks to be a social engineering platform. After spending a considerable amount of time on your “platform” I’ve noticed a couple of things.

    “Diversity” – Your platform is highly inclusive, as long as you are female. The number of female groups to male oriented groups is not even close. In my country, and in my region, the number of male-oriented groups within 200 miles is ZERO, and the number of female groups is well over a dozen. If you look at the meetup.com picture swatch you can see an OVERWHELMING female presence in the vast majority of the photos and promos. This cannot be just random. It looks like intentional social engineering. Furthermore, the so-called LGBTQ+ “community” is OVERWHELMINGLY represented, with hetero-male oriented friendship groups are ZERO (except the one I’ve created myself).

    I find it extremely strange that my area, which has an award-winning musical program through its local college has literally ZERO music meet-ups. An area which has massive mineral wealth has ZERO science meet-ups. An intelligent G7 nation with a multicultural history has ZERO meet-ups to discuss political philosophy. A nation that hews timber and draws water for a living has ZERO meet-ups for building things. A country that is considered a destination for hunters from all over the globe has ZERO meet-ups for hunting. A nation with an extremely high literacy rate has ZERO meet-ups for book-readers. A nation that turned out the Group of Seven and thousands of other award-winning artists has ZERO meet-ups for graphics and graphic artists. A nation of natural resource and tech entrepreneurs has ZERO meet-ups for young men to talk business. A nation which the Huffington Post says has an “epidemic of lonliness” has ZERO meet-ups for mens health and wellness. Just zero……

    As a Canadian, I find it impossible to believe this is organic. This looks intentional. There is just NOTHING for men here. And to answer the next ridiculous question, yes, I’ve started up meet-ups for my interests. I think most men become so disillusioned with this non-inclusive platform, that they just leave. A waste of money for 50 percent of the population. I’m not surprised this is now owned by WeWork, which of course, looks like its built on a sand-castle.

    Shoddy and amateurish. Seriously this could have been done better in the Window 9.11 days, no really. The modem-powered bulletin boards of yesteryear had FAR more gender inclusivity and openness than this internet-enabled platform.

    This is a social engineering effort. And it stinks.

     
  • E says:

    What is meet-ups policy on groups that do not specify that they are just for a racial group? What if you asked a member who stated that it was ok to join ?

     
  • Ellen Perlis says:

    I am an organizer for a new limited member group and we have decided to keep it that way. As trial memberships expire because dues aren’t paid, I would expect that those who requested to join but the group was full at that time would be notified in the order they made the request. Instead, whoever shows up on the site first gets the open membership slot. This is unfair to those who have been patiently waiting to join.
    I love MeetUp and am so pleased this group is going to be successful, but I don’t want potential memberships to be denied like this.

     
  • Dr. Brenda Brown says:

    My meetup group was limited to 50 people, but I am paying a fee of $14.99 per month for unlimited..The system will not allow approval approval of over 50…please fix the problem..Women of Purposes/Sisters Heart To Heart….Thank You!

     
  • Barb says:

    I have tried several times to contact your support team and have not received any responses. I stopped getting any mail from meetup.com. Please fix this situation. Over a period of time this has happened a few times. Thanks

     
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