Turning On-Demand Services into Products Users Want

Posted by Jared Lewandowski |02 Jun 15 |

June 2, 2015

If you live near a major city like New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, or London, then you’ve probably heard of Uber (ridesharing), Washio (laundry and dry cleaning), Handy (home cleaning and handyman services), Instacart (groceries), Blue Apron (meals), TaskRabbit (random chores), and/or Zeel (massages). Now you can even have drinks delivered to your next get-together with Drizly.

A common challenge for all of these companies is the on-demand hurdles they each face in taking a relatively new, unknown, unproven, and personal experience, and turning…read more
By Jared Lewandowski