KERBspace, a Montana startup based in Bozeman, launches a new solution in a demonstration downtown outside of Wild Joe’s Coffee 3rd, 12noon - 10pm.
What’s your KERB appeal?
KERBspace announces the ultimate in curb appeal; a disruptive technology advertising, interactive consumer services and dynamic parking management to elevate and expand the personalized customer experience from point of arrival to point of departure. Bozeman-based startup redefines the industry with an integrated hardware/software platform that delivers unprecedented capabilities for municipalities, advertisers, retailers, sports & entertainment venues and beyond. Your customer delight starts at the curb with KERBspace.
“Dynamic curbside management is where we’re headed, but until now the technology hasn’t existed”. - Seattle Department of Transport.
The KERBspace is where hi-tech design meets hi-touch personalized customer service. Dynamic, digital signage informs drivers with essential, contextual information: ‘may I park here now?’. The KERBspace hub transforms parking from a necessary process to an enhanced customer experience with the added ability to personalize each interaction. Over the next months KERBspace will be starting to look for manufacturing sites and set up product development efforts in Montana. “We have been very fortunate in Bozeman with a talent-pool of great developers and engineers” says Bill Clem, CEO and MSU graduate. The company is now actively raising funds and making strategic partnerships for sales and beta tests.
We’ve got KERB appeal. Do you?