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Posted in FierceCEO by Karen Talley James Albis, CEO of SnoHub, has created an Uber for snow removal. SnoHub offers automated, on-demand snow clearing service for homeowners and side work for contractors. “Our whole mantra is to try to tap into the gig economy,” Albis told FierceCEO. “This is transparent, simple and clean.” The idea
Posted on Spectrum News by Terry Stackhouse SnoHub launched in the Capital Region two weeks ago. So far, more than 200 people have registered for the app-based snow removal service. Rob Stark is one of eight contractors in the service area, a 60-mile radius of Albany. He’s 22 and works at a local auto dealership.
Posted in WYRK by Brett Alan In many parts of the nation, the snow can be unpredictable. But this new app has been developed to help you clear your driveway no matter what the conditions… How many times have you paid a contractor for a plowing season only to find that they’ve only really needed
Say app won’t work for them, but could be useful for others Posted in WBEN.com by Tom PuckettBuffalo, NY (WBEN) Want snow plowed from yourdriveway? There’s an app for that. Some snow plowing providers have mixed thoughts on the new SnoHub app. They say it could work for some customers and newer businesses, but not
POsted on WKBW.com by Jeff Slawson BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) – Snohub, described as the “Uber” for snowplows is making a push in Buffalo. Snohub operates similar to a ride sharing app except, instead of calling for a ride, customers schedule for their driveway to be cleared of snow. Payment is taken through the app and depends on