Entrepreneur: Brian ScudamoreBusiness name: You Move MeYears in business: 1Website address: http://www.youmoveme.com Serial entrepreneur Brian Scudamore is no stranger to the business of transporting people’s belongings. Riding on the coattails of his $130 million junk-removal service, 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, Scudamore founded local moving company You Move Me in 2013. In just one year, he’s grown his business to 30 franchises across the United States and Canada. In his quest to “make the experience of moving almost fun,” Scudamore has focused heavily on one core tenet: great customer service. Scudamore discussed the tech tools that have helped him improve his business techniques — and the reputation of the moving industry as a whole. Business News Daily: What problem were you hoping to solve with your business? Brian Scudamore: The moving industry is highly fragmented. It lacks professionalism and the presence of a national brand. That’s where we come in. By following in the footsteps of my first brand, 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, we’re bringing a professional and standardized service to the local moving industry. BND: Could your business have existed 20 years ago? B.S.: Absolutely! The moving industry, at its core, would be considered low-tech. Certainly there are tools and technologies that have made moving easier, but our principle of… Read full this story
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