19: Part 2: From BufferBox to Google (Jay Shah, Co-Founder)
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We continue our chat with Jay Shah, co-founder of BufferBox: a company that designed, built, and deployed a network of automated parcel pick-up stations that were accessible around the clock in locations all around Toronto. In part 2, Jay discusses exactly how BufferBox attracted the attention of Google, what it was like being acquired by the tech behemoth, and why the honeymoon didn’t last. And finally, Jay imparts some words of wisdom for aspiring entrepreneurs on what BufferBox did right and what he would do differently if he were to start from scratch.