Dreamr’s mission is to provide a mobile platform with the tools and resources that empower people to practically pursue their dreams and aspirations from anywhere in the world. To put it simply, they are leveraging technology and global online connection to create an entirely new way to pursue your dreams. To date, there is no set of resources that makes pursuing your dreams and aspirations practical. We take a closer look at the firm to discover more about their innovative ways.
Using Dreamr is a very simple way of connecting yourself with other, like-minded people. The first step in using Dreamr is to declare your dream in text or video. This will enable you to make new like-minded connections using Dream Connect. Once you have used the app’s networking features to build a supporting community around your dream, you will be able to crowdfund around individual and shared dreams using the Dreamr’s planned integrated crowdfunding feature. Finally, you have the ability to monetize your skills by listing a service in our peer to peer marketplace.
Christopher Adams, the man behind the app, is a specialist in UX and UI design. Since leaving the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, he has been focused on developing digital products for the modern age with a focus on positivity and giving back. Dreamr is latest manifestation of these efforts.
Dreamr is a digital ecosystem of networking and financial tools designed to empower people to dream without limits. It has always been the Dreamr mission to give the world a platform that offers everyone the tools and support they need to pursue their dreams and inspire individuals to help others do the same. Naturally, it is only fitting that the team align themselves with people who bring the Dreamr mission into their daily lives.
Dreamr is offering a free platform for you to make connections with people who believe in your dreams and can offer support through all means necessary.
Dreamr is designed to function as a distinct alternative to the social media apps and sites that exist. Currently there is no platform; social, financial, educational or otherwise that exists to nurture the dreams and aspirations of upcoming generations. At the moment, social media is designed to consume user’s time and attention by introducing addictive behavior. In addition to this, it historically shown little regard for providing real value to the end user. Social media has made it easy for people to share false or exaggerated versions of themselves online. This makes it easy for many interactions that people face on social media to be superficial. Social media can, and should, be used as a force for good and Dreamr is determined to be a pioneer in this way for the industry. Dreamr is aiming to be a positive network, one where you can utilise your connections to motivate and collaborate towards whatever it is that will make your dream come true and provide real fulfilment in life.
The company has an application development team of 30 individuals working around the clock to make sure their video content is crystal clear and that there are no data storage issues. The company culture at Dreamr is worth noting. You don’t have to be in Nevada to work for Dreamr, as it is a distributed organization with contributors from all around the globe. They insist on a positive, collaborative work environment free of politics for their employees. Dreamr also takes an innovative approach to compensation through a “results oriented work environment”, where individuals and teams are paid on deliverables vs. expectations. The more the employees perform, the more they are rewarded. In addition to this, they also have incentivized performance, as well as providing the perks and benefits for all their employees.
They are ensuring that Dreamr is a place where video content will be king. With the launch of each new smartphone comes a better and more stable camera, and the ease and quality of which video content can be generated is improving constantly.
Looking ahead to what the future holds for the firm, Dreamr is expected to be launched in American and India first followed by Latin America in the next 12 months.