I was the second person to join that company what’s really unique about movie outta Movers In Houston was literally being run out of Sweetwater Cafe in Carytown at a million dollar four-year run rate making a million dollars a year selling flight track running out. Read more @ www.moversinhoustontx.net.
Sweetwater cafe founded by a guy named ben Ku says come came to Ann Arbor from Carleton University him and I got hooked up through doing good just through chatting about mobile and from that kind of core group we built out mobile odds to what it is today which were ultimately twelve people mostly U of M grads and the company was acquired by Expedia in and our headquarters as actually still in Nichols arcade.
If you walk by Movers In Houston one of the doors says Mobi not ta and there’s still about people up there working on this stuff, yeah really neat story happened here and I mean that stuff isn’t Ann Arbor right and just kind of have to seek it out.
Telling a little bit about that story more otto was successful because we solve what I call like the five-dollar pain our apps were $. like credibly expensive when it comes to buying apps most people don even want to spend a buck but because we help people travel more effectively look like traveling sucks and people will easily spend five bucks to make.
It just a little bit better especially when a coffee in the you know in the airport is about five dollars anyway so our customer was that and I think Movers In Houston found that this great symbiosis of people who had a lot of problems and like using mobile to actually solve that and I think I credit that for why mobisode it was ultimately really successful so do you think about.