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Connecting in the Digital Age

As co-founders of Tora, Noah and Indi, we were thrilled to share our vision and mission on London Live, London's premier TV news station. The recent feature highlighted the core essence of our brainchild, Tora, shedding light on the app's groundbreaking initiative to combat digital isolation and loneliness prevalent among young Londoners, especially during the challenging times of lockdown.

Bridging the Gap

At the heart of our project lies a deep-rooted desire to bridge the gap between the digital world and genuine human connection. We firmly believe that in a city as vibrant as London, where screens often dominate our interactions, fostering real-life connections and promoting mental and physical well-being is essential. This realization fueled the inception of Tora, our ambitious initiative aimed at transforming the urban landscape into a nurturing playground for holistic wellness and social engagement.

Fostering Community and Well-being

London Live's coverage eloquently captured our vision. The article emphasized our unwavering commitment to addressing the pressing issue of social disconnect and excessive smartphone dependence among the city's youth. By providing a platform that facilitates in-person interactions and cultivates a sense of community, we aspire to create a space where individuals can combat feelings of isolation and rediscover the joy of genuine human connections.

Empowering Londoners

In our conversation with James during the interview, we emphasized the transformative power of Tora. Through our app, we aim to empower Londoners to prioritize their mental and physical well-being, fostering a culture of inclusivity and support within the bustling cityscape. With Tora's imminent October launch, we are excited to embark on this journey of redefining the urban experience, one that prioritizes authentic connections and holistic wellness for the vibrant community of London.

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