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Houston Apartment Association
Brought to you by Camp Construction Services. From 5G to technology ROI to innovative amenities to key control, find out what’s up in multifamily technology in this month’s ABODE.
Seattle Times
As online shopping becomes ubiquitous, so do the boxes delivered to homes across the country. For apartment dwellers — and the managers of the buildings they live in — it’s tough to manage the boxes that pile up, sometimes clogging precious space for days. The problem’s only getting worse, says Rick Haughey, vice president of the nonprofit National Multifamily Housing Council.
Bisnow
The last-mile problem has largely been solved for consumers. Within a day, UPS or Amazon can put a package on anyone’s doorstep. But sometimes instead of the doorstep, that package ends up in the bushes, or lost among a sea of boxes in a building’s leasing office. The last mile is no longer the issue. The problem now is the last 50 feet.
Statesman
"The e-commerce explosion has flooded apartment buildings with packages,” Patton said. “I saw what a pain it was for the property managers, and that was an eye opening moment for me.” Now, Patton says, he has a solution. His startup, Fetch, collects the parcels mailed to apartments at off-site warehouses and then delivers them to residents at a scheduled time.
Forbes
This Texas-based startup allows landlords to outsource package delivery, freeing up valuable space and upfront costs for landlords. Landlords sign on with Fetch to allow off-site acceptance of packages from any company and then tenants work directly with Fetch via an app to schedule the time of delivery when they are home until 11 p.m. at night.
The Dallas Morning News
A Dallas startup that promises to take the hassle out of delivering packages to residents in apartment complexes is moving its business to Austin on the heels of a $3 million investment from a Texas-based venture capital firm.
PR Newswire
Fetch, the first off-site package solution for apartment buildings, today announced $3 million in Seed funding, led by Silverton Partners. With the financing, Kip McClanahan of Silverton will join Fetch's Board of Directors.
Dallas Innovates
Fetch CEO Michael Patton is a corporate-finance-guy-turned-delivery-superhero and recently talked about his new package solution in advance of his appearance at Digital Dallas' Startup Comedy Roast.
Dallas Innovates
Eight startups with North Texas ties will compete Monday for $100,000 in the area’s first Rise of the Rest pitch competition.
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