Jojo Hedaya together with Josh Rosenwald is the Executive CEO and the co-founder of Unroll.me. When in Boston College, he was the vice chairperson of his class and while his educational period in Israel, he met Rosenwald. Their teacher recommended them to hang out with each other in their sparing time as they were the only guys keeping BlackBerry’s there. Their bond deepened when they realized that their birth-date and birth-year were exactly the same.
In our modern world, everyone is fed up of spam messages and wants to get rid of them as soon as possible; still, we hate scrolling down to the bottom of e-mails and find the little option of “unsubscribe me”. Alongside his friend Josh, Jojo Hedaya has explored a way for managing all your subscriptions right from your email inbox by launching Unroll.me. We can now get rid of all spam messages and emails and can unsubscribe all at once with just a click. We receive an e-mail every day (can be delivered at any time in a day) by Unroll.me which scans all of our subscription e-mails in the inbox.
“Rakuten”, Japanese electronic commerce and 14th largest internet company behind Netflix, Amazon, and JD developed an app named as ‘Slice’ which is similar in style to Unroll.me and keeps track of all your packages all in a single place. Mr. Josh and Mr. Jojo have recently been hired by this app, “Slice”. From Palo Alto, Slice till the present has succeeded to make $4 million worth of packages through 175 million overall units. The New York is the city where Unroll.me took place initially and from where these two friends originally belong.
My first post 🙂 “How I Built my All-Star Team” by Jojo Hedaya https://t.co/DPlH35hl3c
— Jojo Hedaya (@jojo) July 20, 2016
But the most motivating part and fact of this story is that Unroll.me was developed and founded unconditionally and without any outside capital; the two college youngsters bootstrapped it, who were never interested in working for anyone else and gave serious attention to their project , knowing that very few people (about 5% of the odds) were in their favor not knowing that these odds will rise with the passage of time.