StoreMe's mission is to be the leader in hourly or daily storage by connecting people who want to store their luggage and bags with retail stores that are willing to provide safe and secure storage. Our goal is to help Customers enjoy their visit to a city and enhance the daily lives of locals. We also want to boost economic activity and vibrancy of local businesses with more foot traffic. Today, people on the go (Customers) are weighed down by their luggage and bags inhibiting their city experience. The problem is Customers in many cities must rely on walking, bikes and public transportation to navigate. There are few places for visitors and residents to drop off their belongings to make their day more manageable. Hence, there is a compelling opportunity in cities for hourly or daily st... [Read More]
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November 08, 2018
Serial entrepreneur Peter Korbel drives the company's strategy, setting in motion for StoreMe to become the leading on-demand storage solution. Prior to StoreMe, Co-Founded Blender Workspace, a co-working space in New York City as well as a food truck operation in his earlier years based in Washington DC. Peter holds a BA from Columbia University and an MBA from George Washington University.
Jesse Tayler is a lifelong entrepreneur and software inventor. As a child, Jesse started first by learning assembly language and soldering computer chips. Using his mother's tenure at MIT, Jesse gained access to computer labs where he parlayed user accounts for one another to gain greater service levels. Fast forward, over the past 25 year, he has launched enterprise and consumer software used by millions and has been a founder and technical executive of venture funded startups in Seattle, San Francisco/Silicon Valley and New York City. He has already demonstrated his value in taking over StoreMe’s product development and ensuring that the right processes are in places for managing predictable and quality development. He studied Computer Software Engineering at MIT.
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