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Startup Name VetPronto
What problem are you solving? Going to the vet clinic is stressful for the pet and inconvenient for the owner.
What is your solution? VetPronto is a house call veterinary service that provides the highest quality and most convenient care. We can provide wellness exams, prescriptions, vaccinations, diagnostics and
minor procedures all in the comfort of your home.
Target Market pet owners, consumers
How will you make money? Through Sales
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Joe Waltman
Joe Waltman bootstrapped his previous business (RestEngine – email service provider) from launch in 2009 to acquisition by Twitter in 2012. The RestEngine team and technology are now powering Twitter’s outbound email initiatives.Katherine van Ekert Onay
Katherine van Ekert Onay is a veterinarian with over two years of operations experience at a number of on-demand start-ups. In addition to doing veterinary work in her native Australia, she has also worked for Zesty, Muufri and New Harvest in the SF Bay Area.

Soren Berg
Soren Berg built RestEngine’s platform from scratch to support 15 million monthly emails and their first paying customer within two months. He continued to expand the platform to add targeting, personalization, and A/B testing until the acquisition by Twitter in 2012.

Founders Names Joe Waltman
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What type of funding has the company received? NA
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Twitter Handle @vetpronto
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