Video: Hurrier is the Toronto-Based “Uber for Goods”

It’s our fourth instalment of our Extreme Startups video series and this time Joseph Czikk asks the million-dollar question: is new Extreme Startups company Hurrier simply a service for really lazy people?

We’ll let CEO Adam Hasham answer that question in the video. Hurrier is a new Toronto-based startup that calls itself the “Uber for goods”, and delivers and even handles payment for nearly any purchasable good. And it’s all completed within one hour, using couriers. Its an on-demand delivery service within downtown Toronto that primarily focuses on gourmet food, but will also deliver gifts, packages or anything, quickly.

Check out Czikk’s chat with Hasham at DX3 2014:



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