“AirAttix provides solution to a common global problem. It is a first-of-its-kind, technology-driven marketplace and a user-friendly portal. AirAttix also provides an opportunity for the host to earn some extra income from their vacant and unused property,” says 34-year-old Aditya.
A marine engineer-turned-entrepreneur from Pune, Aditya, after completing his Master’s in supply chain management from Newcastle University, UK, was working in London for a while before returning to India to start his warehousing and supply chain management company, Imperial Logistics.
The company, which constructs cabins in one of its warehouses, started renting them out to anyone who needed the extra space. This public storage facility gained a great response within a short span of time.
“Being in the warehousing business, we used to often get enquiries from common people who wanted extra space for storing their goods. Airbnb is one of the inspirations for this business model,” Aditya explains.
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