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Another Collective Consumption Startup Finds its Space – Parking Panda

Posted by christopher on April 21, 2012

There are plenty of empty spaces in the Baltimore Orioles parking lots, and I am sure that Baltmore startup (now Times Square) Parking Panda will find them. Yesterday’s Mashable ink for this new “collective consumption pay us a commission database” adds further spaces at its angel table.

As Mashable describes: “It was that driveway that inspired Parking Panda, the three-person company of which he is cofounder and CEO. The site allows you to locate and rent parking spaces, and rent out your own stretch of car-friendly turf, similar to what AirBNB offers for housing.”

A nice, albeit derivative, startup in an understandable market. Its success will be all in the execution.

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