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Yoodlize is a peer-to-peer rental platform

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Brian interviewed yoodlize on March 30, 2021. Play Video
Brian Belley
Former Aerospace/Mechanical Engineer turned Founder / investor at & VP Product at KingsCrowd
says, "This is an intuitive product that I could not only see myself, but all my friends and family, wanting to use. I think there is a massive potential market here and a super straightforward business model. The initial plan to test locally via a pilot and then spread to other markets is also very wise and should help the team get solid feedback before trying to scale."
says, "While there are direct competitors in other markets, I feel it could take a little while before any one of them becomes large enough to dominate at a national or global scale, and so there is room for multiple businesses to succeed in this space. I think the key will be in the team's execution of their vision and expansion into other markets, and being able to scale efficiently and keep up their momentum as they grow."

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Managing Partner at Quantacy Investments
Invested $25,000 this round
Dewey has a keen eye for promising startups, as evidenced by his early investments in several successful businesses including one of Utah’s tech unicorns, MX. Dewey Mackay is an investment professional currently serving as a managing member at Quantacy Investments, which trades in global currency markets, and a manager at Altrice Investments, which invests in early-stage startups. He has spent time as chief operating officer at three different companies, one of which he founded, as well as at Ernst & Young and Oracle in accounting and sales positions. He loves the energy of startups and is particularly invested in the success of entrepreneurs in his home state of Utah. 

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In the News

Yoodlize: Reshaping the Sharing Economy with Peer-to-Peer Rentals
April 20, 2021
Airbnb lets people rent out their homes. Neighbor lets people rent out their space. Now a new homegrown startup is letting people rent out everything else. Yoodlize is a peer-to-peer rental platform where people can rent items to and from people in their local communities.
Monday Close-Up: Provo startup expanding, raising funds after successful pilot in Utah County
March 29, 2021
A Provo-based startup that helps residents rent their stuff out to other people in the community is expanding up the Wasatch Front after a successful year-and-a-half pilot run in Utah County. In November 2019, Yoodlize launched a rental platform allowing Utah County residents to use an app to find people to rent everything from paddleboards to video game consoles to camping equipment.
Yoodlize Launches Equity Crowdfunding
March 29, 2021
"Yoodlize is an online rental platform that connects people to each other's stuff," says CEO and founder Jason Fairbourne. "Think Airbnb, but for things." This round of equity crowdfunding has already raised $150,000 with the goal of raising $500,000 within two months.
Tech Startup Yoodlize Harnesses Crowdfunding for Rental App | Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development
March 26, 2021
Utah-based peer-to-peer rental startup Yoodlize recently opened its first round of funding through the online crowdfunding platform Wefunder. "Yoodlize created a strong, active customer base with 1,200 listings and 3,000+ users in the Provo/Orem, Utah area in the past year," said Jason Fairbourne, founder and CEO of Yoodlize.
Utah tech startup Yoodlize lets users rent almost anything from local community
March 26, 2021
PROVO - Airbnb lets users rent out their home. Utah-based Neighbor lets users rent out their unused spaces for storage. Now, a new peer-to-peer rental startup is hoping to fill in the gaps and let users rent out, well, pretty much anything they can think of.
Would you use these? 3 local apps launch in Utah
March 15, 2021
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Utah County 'rent your stuff' app sees surge during pandemic
May 24, 2020
Anyone in Utah County looking to kayak, rock climb, camp out or work on a project at home during the pandemic but who lacks equipment or tools needs to look no further than a peer-to-peer rental app developed in Provo.
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