Do you have your own set of wheels and want to make a good income or even extra cash? When you sign up to drive with Dispatch, you'll be asked to select a vehicle size. Why? Glad you asked!
Dispatch was recently named to CNBC’s Upstart 100 list of up-and-coming startup companies from around the world. My first reaction was “Wow, this is amazing!” It feels great to be included in a list of promising startups. And, for this list to include companies from around the world, well that’s just incredible. It wasn’t all that long ago that we were just a few people and a few delivery vehicles. So to be included in this list is really humbling and exciting.
Can you think of something you can't live without? Something you use daily? If maps come to mind - you're not alone. Today's GPS technology helps us navigate our world, get places faster, and even perform same-day deliveries.
When my business partner Andrew Leone and I first dreamt up the idea for Dispatch, we were focused on a gap in the distribution chain. Specifically, Andrew noticed the amount of time and money that service-based small businesses were wasting every time one of their skilled technicians had to leave a jobsite to pick up a part or tool they needed.
These days, people want a greater variety of products than ever before, and they want them at their doorstep faster, cheaper and more conveniently. With such a high level of customer demand, it may be time to partner with a delivery service in order to serve your customers better.
We, here in the U.S., love our Amazon Prime! The last report I read said 67% of households have a Prime membership. After all, what’s not to love about shopping online, finding the best deal and then having it delivered right to your door? Apparently, we love it so much, Amazon decided to add same day and even 3 hour delivery options for select items.