Meet the Startup: Unwrapping the story behind Wantist

I’m always a fan of technology that solves real problems. And what’s one problem that many of us have in common? Finding the perfect gift.

That’s why Portland’s Wantist is such an interesting and compelling service. It’s a simple and efficient way of finding awesome gifts for the amazing people in your life—and gifts they’re likely to love. Just by providing two adjectives, ala MadLibs.

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For more or to search for your own gifts, visit Wantist.

For more interviews, subscribe to Meet the Startup on YouTube, follow @MeettheStartup or like Meet the Startup on Facebook.

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  2. Great insight, couldn’t agree more with Portland being a “living city”-one of my favorite things about work. I would also add that working at a start up enables employees to experience this living city to its fullest, if anyone understands, it’s your coworker (s) šŸ™‚

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