A Rental Start-Up Against Mindless Consumerism

Published: 24th November 2015 07:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th November 2015 07:09 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Giving further proof that peer-to-peer businesses or share economy is growing in the country covering different products and services, a city-based start-up has entered the online renting platform with home delivery and pickup services. lets anyone to list the things that are not currently in use and to find someone who can rent it for some time. An individual or a company can register themselves with In a country like India there is a dire need of renting platforms as many of them look for renting things right from computer systems, laptops, cameras, refrigerators to car, bikes and the list goes on. was an idea that sprouted up in a 13-year-old video games loving teen. And instead of buying so many games, he decided to exchange them with his friends. Years later, the boy transformed the same concept into a portal that rented out everything that you could possibly want to rent. And thus,  Raj Sivaraju every individual an entrepreneur with almost zero investment.

Relying on the futuristic outcome of this idea, Raj started out with a small office which grew day by day by the adding like-minded people who were also loved the idea.

This startup also aims at reduces wastage and thus promotes greener environment. It minimizes the carbon foot print by putting underutilised or products that are not in use, into optimum use. By renting products, this startup brings entrepreneurship to every common person’s door step. reduces the status of being limited or hard to access by removing exclusivity. will soon be launched globally as


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