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Today Wellington…tomorrow the world for ‘toys’ lending site?

Today Wellington…tomorrow the world for ‘toys’ lending site?

By By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 28 January 2014 ) LendYour has been start-upping its way to life in a next door office to me.

A bit like a nosy neighbour, I’ve been keeping an eye on the Wellington Startup Weekend 2013 inspired web play (with an app to come) whose proposition is to ‘rent what someone else owns’.

In that same neighbourly way, I’ve also had the occasional kitchen conversation with co-founder Nicolai Thomson, who currently works for a business-oriented mobile phone company.

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