moving

  • On-demand moving app Lugg hits Silicon Valley

    On-demand moving app Lugg hits Silicon Valley

    Lugg, the startup that helps people with small moves, requested via an Uber-like mobile app, is this week expanding its reach into additional markets. While originally available in the San Francisco Bay Area, the company says it will now be available in Silicon Valley, from Palo Alto to Mountain View and down to San Jose. In addition, Lugg notes that all of the Costcos and Crate & Barrels… Read More

  • Buddytruk Is A Sharing Service Like Lyft For Moving

    Buddytruk Is A Sharing Service Like Lyft For Moving

    With sharing services like Uber and Lyft becoming more and more popular, it’s no surprise to see these ideas branch out into different services such as moving. Read More

  • MoveInsure Aims To Be Esurance For The Moving Industry

    MoveInsure Aims To Be Esurance For The Moving Industry

    Believe it or not, 37 million Americans, or about 16 million households, pick up and move every year. Depending on whom you ask, we move as frequently as once every three years. Yes, moving is a part of life, albeit a stressful and emotional one. Unsurprisingly, the many services and operations that go into household moves have collectively come to represent a sizable industry. If you take… Read More

  • I moved


    Hey, all. Just a quick note to say that I moved and that if you are a PR person or person of interest or an non-enemy combatant please drop me a line at john at crunchgear dot com if you need my new address. Otherwise, I recommend that no one move, ever, and that you all stay put no matter how much garbage piles up around you. Seriously. Moving sucks the left one. Read More