Traditional fulfillment companies use
legacy systems to solve this problem,
which results in a horrible customer
experience and subpar service
A service that allows online sellers
to store and ship their inventory
Charges on a per-package
Small businesses doing less than $1
million in revenue and shipping
Traditional third-party fulfillment
providers, fulfillment networks
like Amazon and Shopify,
and tech-enabled fulfillment companies
such as Shipbob and Deliverr
USE OF FUNDS
70% product development, 15%
marketin/sales, 15% operations
How has Georgia State supported you as an entrepreneur?
As a computer science major, I studied highly efficient systems and algorithms in technology that allow you to apply them into real-world scenarios and processes.
What does entrepreneurship mean to you?
Everyone has ideas. An entrepreneur is someone who builds it into a real business incredibly quickly.
What inspired the idea behind your company?
Previously, I ran a small e-commerce business. The biggest issues I faced were inventory storage, shipping and multi-channel fulfillment. I spent most of my time packaging orders and couldn’t grow the business. That’s why I am building a startup to help something as frustrating as logistics, shipping and fulfillment be as simple as possible.
What advice can you offer to entrepreneurs?
Take care of your health. Whether it’s physical fitness, sleep, mental health or diet, be sure to pay attention to it. It’s easy to let go and not pay attention to it, but someone with great health will always outperform, outlast and overall have greater resiliency.
How has your company pivoted?
Initially, we wanted to build a full-stack startup where we ran every process, including warehousing. Now we are allowing micro-fulfillment providers to earn income on our platform by storing and shipping inventory. Micro-fulfillment providers can be anyone from a brick-and-mortar retail business with extra space, to someone who wants to start a logistics business. This allows us to scale quickly without burning a lot of cash and not try to innovate in a space that is dominated by large traditional warehousing companies.