We Won Tech.co Pitch Competition!

Tech.co hosted a competition with 14 LA startups to compete for “Most Innovative” and I am so happy to accept the award on behalf of PodShare : D !! Now we go off to compete for “Startup of the Year” in San Jose late September!

See the pics here

Wonder Women Tech Conference

I drove to Long Beach to moderate a panel called “Startup Women: The Ladies Who Launch” with the CEO of Urban Sitter, the co-founder of New Story and CEO of VCNetwork.co

and even bumped into a Podestrian in the Speaker Room

Business Travel Life

Business Travel Life:

There is a co living start up specific to Los Angeles called PodShare that is also a membership-based company that allows you to live and work at any of their locations. The catch here is that the only doors in these spaces are for the showers and toilets. The idea behind that is the belief that a door may block out the opportunity of social interaction, networking, and community. Funnily enough, the inspiration for this open door concept came from MTV’s The Real World, according to an article posted by Skift.

Dare I mention that hostels may even be on the rise for business travel? The word hostelalone probably brings quite a distaste to the taste buds of many seasoned road warriors, for completely understandable reasons. When I think of a hostel, I picture a grimy room with three story bunk beds and bathrooms that look like they are cleaned once a month. Yes, maybe this is the case for backpackers looking for a nothing more than a bed to sleep in while they venture the world on what little amount of their savings is left.


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The Zoe Report

I love getting on lists…we just got on this one: You’re Probably Living The Biggest Trend Of The Future Without Knowing It

LA’s first foray into co-living is called PodShare, and it’s decidedly less glamorous than its SF and NYC counterparts. At PodShare, you rent a murphy bed in a room full of murphy beds, which turn into desks in the daytime. It attracts a slightly more transient clientele than do other co-living companies; however, it’s also averaging a 92% occupancy rate, so it’s definitely fulfilling a need in a city where housing costs are rising. Rent is $40/day.

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