Apr 10, 2019 by Lauren Mauldwin
While the CoLiving industry has certainly delivered on its ability to solve problems of housing in big cities around the world while uniting residents socially, it still falls short in terms of supportive data. Kndrd is trying to change that.
Life in Silicon Valley: Perks and Drawbacks of San Francisco Bay Area Living (& How to Snag Affordable Rent)
Apr 03, 2019 by Lauren Mauldwin
At the heart of the Silicon Valley, the acclaimed tech hub of the world, one might think San Francisco is all business and no pleasure. But they couldn’t be more wrong. The Bay Area is culturally vibrant and socially diverse unlike any other. It also thrives in professional opportunities, advancement, and all-around beauty. But the real question is: Does it merit the price? We’re about to find out.
They say it takes a village to raise children, so why not create one in a city? CoLiving has long since been a popular movement among the young, single, and transient. And for many people this is still the case. But now, CoLiving is offering a family focus for those who want a bonded experience with children in the picture-- and it’s all thanks to Kin.
Kndrd is proud to announce Nabil Kabbani as the newest member of its board of directors. Nabil is a business powerhouse with the history to prove it. A glowing background in Tech firms, Fintech, and BPO/Services, plus a swath of CEO experience, makes him the perfect advisor to Kndrd. His global experience focuses on middle-market companies and divisions searching for $50-$500MM growth, while implementing vision, culture, and innovation.
It's so much fun geeking out on what our future cities can possibly look like and function, then reverse engineering how to get there and what we will need to do NOW in order to make that happen. In reality, I think robots and humans can collectively work together in a harmonious way to fill in the gaps that each of us excel in. It isn’t a case of "BOTS are going to take over", but rather than we can get incredible things done together by embracing our respective strengths.