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I am delighted to join the RentMyItems team to help further the expansion and development of the company as well as support the broader Collaborative Consumption industry.
The importance of this industry cannot be underestimated. In modern society, sharing is being reinvented through technology, and social networking is allowing the exchanging of assets on a scale never seen before. It is certainly clear that we are moving forward to old market principles of trust and a focus on building communities. Within this context businesses like RentMyItems are filling a gap.
Well, it has certainly been a challenging and exciting year.
RentMyItems.com launched in September with much media coverage. The concept and site had been in development, from initial brainwave by founder Warren Heal, to fully-fledged website in just over a year. Much planning had gone into the site and launch and, like all best laid plans, many things were great, and a few things were challenging.
With many constraints on the finances of students, it is always good to make some extra cash where you can. Whether it’s to buy reference books, pay for increases in household bills, buying a new t-shirt, or simply splashing out for an extra drink or two at the student bar, it is always good to have that little bit extra in your pocket.
Warren Heal, founder of RentMyItems.com, will be doing a major round of interviews tomorrow including television and radio to discuss the launch of our new community-centred online marketplace. As you may already know if you have signed up at the site, RentMyItems.com facilitates person to person renting of household items owned among friends, family and communities.