(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 14, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Kwva Inc. announced today that it has begun the first day of the 4th class of Orlando Florida's premier startup incubator, Starter Studio. Kwva is a web and mobile platform for "space sharing," connecting people who have extra space and would like to make extra money with people who are in need of space to store their belongings. Kwva's desire is to bring together people through organic interactions and situations
Kwva's mission is to unite communities one square foot at a time by harnessing the power of technology and bridging the gap between their hosts, people who have extra space, and their guests, people who are in need of space. Kwva and their members have one goal in mind: to serve their communities.
Kwva Inc. was founded by Rolando Galeana, Felipe Nuila, Dimas Lipiz, and Christopher M. de Sanctis.
According to a spokesperson from Kwva Inc., "The self-storage business model is in need of updating. There is a need to create a new model that caters to the short-term renter. Kwva is the solution. Kwva connects people who have extra space and would like to make extra money, with people who are in need of space and would benefit from saving money storing their belongings. It embodies the values of the current generation to meet their needs and expectations by utilizing web, mobile, and social platforms. Riding the wave of the "sharing economy" Kwva will build a community around space-sharing."
About Kwva Inc.
Kwva was founded in 2015 as a web and mobile platform to enable people to connect in order to share their space. People who have extra space and would like to make extra money can offer their space to people who are in need of space to store their belongings.
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