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Sangeetha is an American entrepreneur. Sangeetha started Cubby Inc in 2019 and is based in Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.[1]

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Cubby Inc

Sangeetha started Cubby Inc in 2019. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: [1]

Q: How did you get started on Cubby Inc?

Have you ever looked at you’re vacation pictures and wondered if you could get rid of the bags or luggage photobombing the otherwise perfect vacation photograph? That’s our eureka moment! As a mom of five-year-old, I'm constantly clicking pictures of my son to keep up with him growing up so fast. After one of our vacations, I was trying to find the perfect picture to design for a keepsake. It didn’t exist.

Imagine my horror when I went back in time and still couldn’t find a picture without luggage. They were mostly ruined by either the stroller lurking around or the luggage staring back at us. Our sentiments were shared by our friends and we decided to do something about it. It got us thinking about how it could be changed. It then dawned on us that we had to lug around all our luggage because of the unavailability of lockers to store them when we didn’t need them.

Digging more into it, we soon realized that, lugging due to lack of convenient storage lockers were a huge problem and resonated with vacation rental guests, hotel guests, long layover air passengers, event attendees, etc,.This meant there’s definitely a need for a luggage storage solution. It must be simple, convenient and also affordable. Cubby was designed to keep these key factors and most importantly the safety of the bags.

We put it to test at Dallas after designing a mobile-optimized web platform. The results were encouraging. After two months of practical learning and improving our process, we set about slowly streamlining the same and to expanding to ten more cities.

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