The woman they hired, Jenny, came to their apartments to take care of errands that would otherwise pile up.This was the earliest iteration of what would become their company, Today, Alfred is a startup that hires employees — Alfred Client Managers, or just "Alfreds" — to run weekly errands: things like buying your groceries, sorting your mail, dropping off packages, and taking care of your laundry for you.Compared to the average age of users on Linked In — 47 — The Muse’s is much lower at 29.Cofounder and CEO (Beard), cofounder and president (Dabaghi), A Plus Evan Beard and Kendall Dabaghi launched A Plus, a website they hope will become the next Buzz Feed, in actor and investor Ashton Kutcher's living room in April 2014.Though the company is currently in stealth mode, it will revolutionize customer relationship management (CRM) technology by making it mobile first.
A Plus, a variation on Kutcher's initials (A K), highlights social issues and aims to inspire positive change in journalists and readers.
The base ingredient is vegetable noodles — made from sweet potatoes, radishes, beets, zucchinis, and more — paired with a creative sauce and served with an optional protein side.
Cofounder and CEO, DWNLD These days it seems like everybody has an app in the App Store. It's a great way to make extra money while putting out a product that you believe in.
As a cofounder at New York-based General Assembly, Hargreaves noticed a growing housing crisis affecting the tech education provider’s students, many of whom couldn’t meet the rigorous rental requirements stipulated by landlords in New York City.
He set out to solve that problem with his new company, Common, which launched in July and has already raised .3 million in funding.