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This video shows off the branding and marketing of Local, an app designed to create authentic culinary experiences both at home and abroad. Local is for anyone and everyone who is curious about food, and for those who travel and spend most of their time eating, and are also looking to expand their cultural knowledge or learn new skills.
The main function of Local is these experiences hosted by verified users. These can consist of anything based around culinary tradition, from joining a home-cooked meal, to going out fishing for a day. When a user books experiences, they earn stamps to show off in their passport, which is shareable with friends who can tap through and see where they went while on vacation!