Disrupting the $8.5B Rent To Own Industry
Date & Time:
August 26, 12:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM PDT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
About the Event:
When entrenched, inefficient companies dominate a market while charging customers ridiculous fees and saddling them with hidden costs, you know the category is ripe for disruption.
That’s what Josh Verne thought when he looked at the Rent To Own industry. So he founded ownable, a Virtual Rent To Own company with an innovative business model, lower costs, transparent pricing.
ownable has changed the game in the $8.5B category by:
- Partnering with national retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target, so it has minimal overhead an zero inventory costs
- Adding rent-to-own checkout options at major retailers
- Giving families 6 and 12 month lease to own terms and underwriting their rental caps
- Helping the nearly 60MM hardworking Americans get what they need for less
Founded in 2018, ownable has scaled from $8.5mm in sales in 2019 to $17mm for 2020 despite challenges presented by the pandemic.
Join this Force webinar on to hear from CEO, Josh Verne and his team as they talk about why they think ownable offers great value to retail partners, customers, and investors.
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