Curri CEO Matt Lafferty Joins the SideHustle Lounge Podcast
There’s nothing better than a good podcast, and The SideHustle Lounge Podcast is always reliable for some great episodes. In this episode, you can hear Matt Lafferty, the CEO & Co-Founder of Curri, talking about our platform and how we’re looking to make the gig economy a better place.
In the podcast, you’ll hear Matt and host Bill Soroka talk about a variety of topics, including making the construction industry more efficient, paying rideshare drivers what they deserve for the job they do, and much more. Check out the episode below and keep on reading to learn more about the Curri platform in general.
Rethinking Rideshare: Deliver Construction Supplies, NOT People or Food
Curri recontextualizes the typical way of thinking about the rideshare economy. Sure, Uber, Lyft and Doordash were good ideas. Peer-to-peer services have made it much easier for people to get a ride when they need it or get any kind of food delivered to their door. So why couldn’t that same concept be applied to other industries? If food service and taxi services could be improved by rideshare, what else is out there?
Curri answered that question by offering a comprehensive rideshare service for construction supplies delivery. Someone outside that industry might wonder how necessary that is. If you’re in the construction materials and construction supplies industry, though, you know that Curri could be a game-changing solution to a problem that many suppliers, distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers face.
Now Curri allows these companies to request drivers for their construction supplies, not for people or food. It solves a huge inefficiency by making easy and fast delivery widely available. In short, Curri is changing the transportation game for the better.
Curri Is Changing the Transportation Game
How is Curri changing the transportation game? By giving the aforementioned construction industries a widely available and elastic fleet of vehicles with professional drivers behind the wheel. Curri functions essentially the same as Uber or Lyft and those other rideshare services, except it’s specially designed to accommodate the needs of the construction supplies and materials industry.
With Curri, all these companies have to do is request a delivery and specify their load. Curri will match them with a driver who can handle the delivery and get it where it needs to go. What makes Curri different from these other rideshare apps is the vast fleet of vehicles that are available to make the deliveries. With Uber, the most you can get to ferry people is a car or SUV. Curri drivers have vehicles of every form and function. You can get a pickup truck, a sedan, a box truck, a semi-truck or anything else you might need to transport construction supplies.
Curri is also available on-demand, with flexible options for routes. With a Curri account, business owners can customize delivery schedules and essentially add Curri as an arm of their delivery ops team at an affordable price.
Learn More About Curri, the Construction Couriers
Curri is an amazing tool for the construction industry, but it’s also a great place for gig economy workers to go. Curri turns your vehicle, which most would consider a financial liability, into an asset. With Curri, you can get paid better to drive than you would with Uber, Lyft, Amazon, and other gig economy platforms.
Curri is better for everyone. Learn more about Curri today and how you can create an account or sign up to drive. Curri is the future of construction couriers; see how Curri can change the game for you.
Ready to start driving with Curri? Sign up here!