April 18, 2011
If you have been going a little crazy snatching up daily deals on sites like Groupon, LivingSocial, Tippr, DealOn, and others, soon you will be able to unload the vouchers you no longer want or can use on Qdealz.
Though Qdealz is currently under development, this voucher reselling site seeks to solve many of the problems that are plaguing their competitors. Similar to Deals Go Round, the Qdealz automated system will not require a transaction to take place in person, but aims to be more user-friendly and easy to navigate with a clean design, and transaction fees will be low. If you’d like to be part of their private beta testing, you can request an invite code on their home page.
Like many great companies, Qdealz was started to solve a problem. Founder Cody Perryman was first introduced to Groupon six months ago; he bought his first voucher for his wife shortly thereafter. Unfortunately she did not like the Groupon. Thus Qdealz was born. Cody’s partner in the startup is developer Andrew Hanson, founder of Coding Inertia LLC, a software consulting firm located in Boise, Idaho, that specializes in creating large web application for consumer and enterprise clients.
Qdealz is one of our showcased startups at Tech Cocktail Boise on Wednesday, so stop by and get a sneek peak at the site.
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