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December 1st, 2018

Uber for dog walking. Push a button, get your dog walked 🐶

Tap a button and get your dog walked. Sounds simple enough, but there's enormous complexity behind this.

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Pavan Sethi
Pavan Sethi- building things.
Dog walking with Wag is a great way to make some side money - they have flexible scheduling (walks on demand or schedule them in advance), you get to hang out with dogs, and get exercise!
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TechCrunch
Earlier this week we wrote about how two big players in the pet-care business, Rover and DogVacay, decided to merge. Well, sources tell us that over the past two years Wag, another player in the dog-walking space, raised two rounds of funding to support expansion into new markets.
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13 Alternatives to Wag!
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Rebecca
Rebecca- Senior BI Engineer
I love Pana. Their concierge service is above and beyond. If you travel more than once a month and have to book your own trips, it's worth it. I had no idea how much time I was spending booking but Pana was a big eye opener. Their free app is great too and definitely makes planning much easier, especially for groups.
Kate
Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
Pana is awesome because they basically plan your trip from arrival to departure for you and send you the itinerary. You just get to enjoy. It's like a travel-specific butler for the 21st century.
22 Alternatives to Pana

On-demand itemized physical storage

Omni is building the future of ownership and changing the way people interact with the things they own. Today, that means building the best platform and experience for storing, sharing and renting out your unused belongings to others in your community, and discovering items you can access (and they have big plans ahead).

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Ryan Hoover
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Check out Omni. You can store individual items for cents/month and optionally make money by renting it out to others on the network.
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WSJ
In a non-traditional deal, the storage startup raised a round in XRP and dollars that totaled $25 million at close in December
TechCrunch
Earlier this month, I wrote that crypto companies are going to become investors in 2018. I didn't quite imagine that happening as quickly as mid-January, but here we are. Ripple, the fintech startup behind the controversial XRP token, has its first investment after it backed U.S.-based storage startup Omni through a $25 million round.
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5 Alternatives to Omni
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