Millennials want to know about what they are buying, just like anyone, but the habits that have formed are different than those of previous generations and this is why these noted industries are important to follow.
Creating a business from scratch is not an easy feat, but scaling a business successfully is even more difficult. Luckily, then, scaling was the topic of the day for TechTO’s September meetup.
If you’ve ever just wanted to book a hotel room without talking to anyone, you’re not alone. Apparently, a lot of people don’t like talking to anyone when they book travel deals. And they don’t want to actually spend the time researching – they want the best deals to come to them.
“The company vision was [to] make it feel like you were working with a designer,” said Whitfield. “That way, you had the best of both worlds. You get the affordability, accessibility, and sense of control you get with an online platform. But you also have the high-quality do-it-for-me kind of experience you get with a designer.”
If you’ve ever walked into a tiny store, mom-and-pop shop, or cool chic boutique and seen the amazing and unique products they carry, you’ve probably interacted with Hubba at some point.
Divyansh Ojha was announced as the Grand Prize Winner for his business, FoodFund Inc. His company has recognized the alarming rate of fresh fruits and vegetables that never make it to the store shelves because they are deemed less than perfect. They may not be the perfect apple or a cucumber that’s bent too far.
Four years after founding her company AccessNow, a mapping application that ranks buildings for accessibility features, the company announced it received $2.7 million in funding to continue their mission.
The user-generated gaming platform already sees 24 billion hours of play from 2 million users, a huge feat they’ve accomplished mostly in the past few years. With Luke’s Roblox game, players get to not only enjoy the challenges of the game, but they get to learn about mental health.