Today on the podcast, I am interviewing the co-founder of Outdoorsy, Ryan Quinn. Outdoorsy is a peer-to-peer RV sharing marketplace, where Alyssa and I have rented our RV out in the past year. Since launching outdoorsy, Ryan has been traveling around in his van and recently upgraded to a large class A. Outdoorsy has been one of the fastest growing startups in the RV space.
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- How to decide which business ideas are worth pursuing
- How to make money by renting your RV
- Finding product-market fit
- Using customer data to make improvements to your product
Today’s episode is sponsored by: WeBoost
The Drive 4G-X RV is the most powerful in-vehicle cell phone signal booster kit certified for use anywhere in the US and Canada. The Drive 4G-X RV boosts voice and data, enhancing 4G LTE, as well as 3G network signals, up to 32x. RVers get fewer lost connections and dead zones, better call quality as well as faster data uploads and downloads whether parked or inmotion in their RV.
Today’s episode is sponsored by: CoPilot
The CoPilot RV app will not only customize your routes to avoid sketchy back roads and low bridges, but it also comes with a fully offline navigation function. This way, you don’t have to use your data while using your maps and it works in all kinds of remote locations.
Links mentioned on this episode:
Quotes from this episode:
“As long as you can find a channel to the users, they are going to tell you exactly what they want.”
“If you need to be away from your computer more often, then you kinda need to hack and manufacture reasons to do so. For us, it’s inflatable paddleboards.”
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