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UmbraCity is bringing its umbrella share solution to your rainy days across downtown Vancouver, increasing vibrancy and walkability in the community.
Through a successful roll-out at the University of British Columbia (UBC), UmbraCity has proven the incredibly high demand and its innovative smart technology. After receiving immense positive feedback, UmbraCity has geared up with scalable technology for its first phase of expansion in Vancouver.
UmbraCity is excited to bring smiles on rainy days with thousands of umbrellas and over 20 strategically placed smart umbrella rental kiosks around Vancouver’s most populated locations such as corporate buildings, campuses, and shopping districts. It is currently inviting all businesses in Downtown Vancouver to join UmbraCity in this exciting journey. The addition of kiosks will ease the lives of many through the impeccable convenience it brings to the community, keeping people covered and happy on rainy days. This expansion to Downtown Vancouver will be first of many global expansions in the next few years as UmbraCity plans to provide the world with a simple solution to those inconvenient “rain worries”.
“Umbrellas are often forgotten, broken, or simply a hassle to drag along. Our goal is to ease your frustrations and provide you with a favorable solution on a rainy day. ” Amir Entezari says, founder of UmbraCity Inc. “Our smart and simple technology is going to spread vibrancy and positivity, inviting everyone to join us in the umbrella-sharing economy that is convenient and affordable.”
UmbraCity serves to benefit businesses by offering an attractive amenity and increasing mobility and walk-in traffic on rainy days. Establishments that place a kiosk at their location enable their community members to move around freely with UmbraCity’s reliable umbrella share service. Employees, customers, and the general public can reap the benefits of this low maintenance, convenient solution, whilst contributing to UmbraCity’s sustainability initiative in reducing umbrella waste (learn more).
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