David Luigs is a student at the College of the Holy Cross studying Economics and Computer Science. Born in Atlanta Georgia he moved to Massachusetts to attend college where he met his business partner and Co-founder TJ Haigh. Creating Trivflic in their dorm room in November 2022 they have been refining it and tweaking it since. Creating an app that is a gamified social media app, the first of its kind. Trivflic plans on launching on IOS and Android in February 2024.
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