New York Times: A Seasonal Business Means Year-Round Work, but a Smaller Profit Window
Meet Tech entrepreneur James Albis of Ridgefield, CT. He is now launching the newly revamped mobile app SnoHub. The free sharing economy offering offers automated on-demand snow clearing service for home owners and snow clearing contractors.
Due to its initial success, SnoHub, which soft-launched in Winter 2017 in Westchester and Fairfield County with 200 customers and 25 contractors, has expanded to include the Boston metro area, Philadelphia metro area, as well as Albany, West Hartford, Providence and Rochester markets. This year, SnoHub already has 2,000 customers and 900 contractors who have downloaded the app. Albis plans to expand across the country by next year.
He was featured in this weekend’s New York Time’s focusing on how a seasonal business still means year-round work. Read the full article here: New York Times: A Seasonal Business Means Year-Round Work, but a Smaller Profit Window