Fluid Truck is Disrupting the Way Businesses Rent Vehicles
James Eberhard, the CEO and Founder of Fluid Truck, a technology-based truck rental platform that helps businesses rent and pick-up vehicles from nearby locations 24/7 joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest James Eberhard discuss the following:
- How did Fluid Truck Start?
- How would you describe Fluid Trucks mission?
- What are the challenges for small to medium sized businesses when it comes to renting regular trucks?
- Can you speak about your latest deal with Lightning Systems and an order of 600 electric vehicles?
- Fluid is expanding nationally, how important are those local (Denver) relationships for growing and scaling a business?
- How can you get an edge in the competitive tech-space?
James Eberhard is a serial tech entrepreneur and a recognized visionary in the mobile industry. In 2016, James founded his current company Fluid Truck, a mobile app that allows peer-to-peer sharing of vehicles to increase the efficiency and accessibility of truck renting and encourage community sharing of resources.
Prior to Fluid Truck, James founded Mobile Accord, Inc., which pioneered mobile donations to nonprofits, notably launching the text donation program that raised +$40 million in collaboration with The Red Cross and US Department of State following the devastating 2018 earthquake in Haiti.
Later, James created and launched GeoPoll, the leading mobile survey platform in emerging markets with a database of over 240 million users and a robust multi-model survey platform.
Prior to founding Mobile Accord, James founded and created 9 Squared, Inc., a mobile content and services company that launched one of the first multi-platform mobile content delivery systems in the United States. Under his leadership, and with less than $50,000 in start-up capital, 9 Squared quickly evolved into a leading mobile content and services business. In 2004, 9 Squared was acquired by Monstermob Group, PLC.
James currently lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, Suzanne Philion, and their four children.
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