Joe Fernandez

The Shed is a startup out of Virginia trying to revive the rental-for-everything business

Reducing consumption by expanding the notion of the rental economy and giving people access to tools and equipment has been something of a startup holy grail for some time. It’s a model that&#82

LA’s consumer goods rental service, Joymode, sells to the NYC retail investment firm, XRC Labs

After raising $15 million in financing from one of technology’s most successful global investment firms, the Los Angeles-based consumer goods rental company Joymode is selling itself to an early

Inside Joymode, a subscription service saving you from buying all of the things

What began as a movement among couture culturati with the success of Rent the Runway has moved into everything from cars (Porsche's got a subscription service ) to construction equipment and furniture

Klout’s Joe Fernandez is back with Joymode, an equipment rental startup with a focus on experiences

Joymode is a startup for people who want to do fun things like host a backyard movie night or go on a camping trip — but don’t necessarily want to buy all the requisite equipment, especially

Klout CEO Joe Fernandez Responds To Criticism, Talks Job Descriptions That Include Score “Requirements” [TCTV]

Over the weekend, I wrote a post about <a href="">Salesforce telling po

Can Klout Actually Measure Real-Life Clout? (TCTV)

<img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-262431" title="imgres-2" src="" alt="" width="163" height="171" />So now <a href="http://www.klout

Klout CEO: We Made the Decision to Go for It (TCTV)

<img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-262420" title="imgres-1" src="" alt="" width="240" height="50" />Klout's funding news this morning