A conversation with Shanice Mills, founder of the community app: Favor For Favor
Favor For Favor is a new innovative app that offers unique features that allow users to exchange their skills and services for a favor. The idea is all about the art of giving back, feeling positive and being part of a community while exchanging favors for free.
How did you come up with the idea for the company?
We had the idea at the beginning of the pandemic. So many businesses were impacted, people’s livelihoods were under pressure and we thought about how we could help.
The idea, in all honesty, came from a desire to be a better neighbor. How could we develop an app that will help everyone through a difficult time? The idea evolved as we studied what barter was, back in the day when money was the mechanism in modern society. So that’s how it happened.
How has the company performed during the pandemic?
The company has thrived during the pandemic. It was really difficult to develop the app as you can imagine, especially with all the regulations in place.
Being extremely limited in terms of test groups etc. allowed us to really think and pay close attention to how the app worked. We didn’t want to do so many things at once to really understand what is needed and wanted. The pandemic has played a big role and allowed us to develop in the right direction.
What can we expect from Favor for a Favor or FFAF in the future?
We hope that in the near future you will see an app that will transform the startup marketplace. We understand that budgets are always a big issue in the early stages of any business, especially small businesses.
We want to eliminate this and create a healthy marketplace where everyone can thrive and support each other’s growth. Ultimately, it provides access to a pool of talent that allows everyone to exchange favors without the stress of huge expense.
https://techround.co.uk/interviews/a-chat-with-shanice-mills-favour-for-favour/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=a-chat-with-shanice-mills-favour-for-favour A conversation with Shanice Mills, founder of the community app: Favor For Favor