Pikup is an app that connects neighbors who need something with those who are already going to a store.
We’ve been talking about resilience in the face of adversity. I must admit that I love stories from startups because, by their very nature, they are resilient while undergoing sustained trauma.
One of my favorite movies is Shakespeare in Love. And one of my favorite lines is when the character Philip Henslowe says
“Allow me to explain about the theatre business. The natural condition is one of insurmountable obstacles on the road to imminent disaster.”
That statement also applies to almost any entrepreneurial endeavor. And, no one would know this better than Bharat Pulgam, CEO of Pikup.
Pikup is an app that lets you ask for help when you need it and give help when you’re willing to help. It connects neighbors who need something with those who are already on their way to and from a store.
It has proven to be wildly popular during the coronavirus pandemic. But that was not always the story. First, Pikup had to overcome insurmountable obstacles on the road to imminent disaster.
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