In 2012, Rahul Gandhi was living in Brooklyn when Hurricane Sandy hit. The amount of destruction and flooding required the need for temporary storage. That experience led to the founding of MakeSpace with the mission to change the complex, expensive, and labor-intensive experience of self-storage. Fast forward to today and MakeSpace is now available in 31 markets across North America, with over 30,0000 customers and has raised a total of $142.6M across seven rounds. Gandhi shares more about the impressive journey and future plans…
Equipped with sophisticated back-ends, larger conglomerates are often outcompeting small freight brokers, but Axle Payments wants to change this by empowering over 10,000 freight brokers currently operating in the US with sophisticated back-end solution. Axle Payments has automated the back office to handle collections, carrier payments, and integration with accounting while freeing up to 90% of […]
Logistics in America is one of the fastest-growing private sectors of the economy, generating more than $1.6 trillion of spending (or close to 10% of GDP) in supply chain, transportation, and distribution investments.
Anvyl, the production hub where brands manage their supply chains, was created by a founder who has seen the supply chain from multiple perspectives – the United States Army, Apple, and DTC shaving brand, Harry’s. While one may grapple to find similarities among these entities, one thing is for certain, there were holes, gaps, and […]