NZPBC Member's Business Venture Takes NZ by Storm

We already featured him before (http://nzpbc.com/node/1868), but his latest business venture is reason for us to rave about him even more.

Associate Member Mark Guadalupe, together with business partner, Francis Yanga, recently launched ParkSmartly, a service designed to link drivers who want to book and pay for parking spots with property owners who have available spaces. Cited in an NZ Herald article on 29 August 2015 (http://bit.ly/1M3Kyu0), ParkSmartly is one of three Internet start-ups competing to become the "Uber for parking" in New Zealand's most congested city. An app is currently being developed, and is expected to hit the market within a month.

For more information on ParkSmartly, as well as to express our support, visit www.parksmartly.com, and register for a new account.