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Ghana’s Suba Photo App Launches in NYC

by Sam Wakoba
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c615e11d-62e9-40be-89b3-ccf8e82a3d18Ghana’s Suba, a group photo sharing mobile app has announced it will officially launch in NYC this Saturday, February 28th at The VS Party at The Tribeca Grand Hotel.

The web, iOS and Android app allows individual and group users to see and share photos in one central photo stream using the event or location as the connector unlike feeds that use  ‘Friends List’.

According to Nelson Klutse, CEO of Suba, “We came up with the concept for Suba after attending a friend’s wedding. Everyone was taking pictures and we realized we’d never have a chance to see them. We developed Suba as a platform to allow event attendees to see, save, and share everyone’s photos – even the photos of people they aren’t already connected to.”

The Suba app aims to solve a problem most event organizers have long had. Suba will allows them allow people to share photos of the experience or event all in one place.

In NYC, Suba is working with event producer Clarence Fruster who has clients such as Red Bull, Puma and Budweiser.

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