AirPnP is a tongue in cheek allusion to the home rental service, except it’s meant to match people who want to rent out their facilities and those who are in dire need of them. The AirPnP service operates worldwide with its highest density in the U.K.
New Orleans is the most active city in the United States, trailed distantly by New York. The founders were raised in The Big Easy and sought out to reduce the colloquial “rogue pees,” which stiff legal penalties don’t stop, by increasing facility supply.
Other concepts that have spun off from the AirBnB model include the car sharing service Lyft, another property rental service called Wimdu, and for offices. Each company streamlines (pun intended) interaction between the renter and consumer.
This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com