Entering an overseas market for the first time is a huge step for a startup business, bringing new challenges and fresh rewards. In this episode of the Startup to Scale Up series, we talk to CEO Toby Littin about Parkable's journey 'going international', including when you know your business is ready, how to choose where to expand, and - once you decide - how to go about entering an overseas market.
Having parking space available to staff is important for small businesses, but often that space will lie empty during certain hours of the day, or a business will have more parking bays than they need.
Small New Zealand businesses like Gina’s Italian Kitchen and La Marzocco are using Parkable to make sure their parking space is always in use, and to create extra income.
Many people who are starting their own business will require outside investment, and that means going through a (possibly daunting) capital raise process.
In this episode of the Startup to Scale Up series, we talk to Parkable CEO Toby Littin about his experience capital raising for a business in its infancy, and how drastically different the capital raise is now, nearly three years down the track.
Growing your own startup can be the most fulfilling and exciting career experience, but the growing pains are real and impact can be personal.
In this episode of the Startup to Scale Up series, we sit down with Parkable Founders Brody Nelson and Toby Littin, to hear about their experiences with startup stress and how they’re learning to manage and prioritise their mental health within the race.