Our answer is easy: more space and practicality.
When living in a big city, space suddenly becomes a challenge of its own. A big, often unexpected challenge. No matter how much we try to cut down on our possessions, as the years went by, we noticed tools and random objects slowly piling up. Everyday chores such as fixing curtains, re-painting the living room and planting in the garden all require extra tools that take up an incredible amount of space.
Personally, we have been struggling for space for years.
After noticing this problem, the first and very obvious idea was lending and borrowing from neighbours and friends. Wouldn’t it be great to simply go next door whenever there was a new project instead of having to buy a list of new things?
While it seems like a great idea, we slowly noticed why it won’t work in the long term. Being too polite to ask when the item is going to be returned, not saying anything when the returned item is not in the best condition are situations we can all relate to when the relationship took precedence.
Beehiveit, the online marketplace eliminates these problems by creating a straight forward platform, without losing the sense of community.
- If lending, you can easily create an extra source of income and you’ll know exactly when to expect your item back, in perfect condition.
- If borrowing, you can skip the awkward “should I buy a bottle of wine to say thank you?” inner conversations and financially support your local community by borrowing items for your projects.
All of this, mixed with a community forum where you can discuss and ask for advice.
Yes, on ONE platform