Mike McCauley is Co-Founder of BufferBox - a network of automated package delivery lockers allowing consumers to ship parcels and online purchases directly to pick-up stations; solving the problem of failed deliveries by allowing 24/7 pickup. Consumers are able to send packages to BufferBox locations at grocery and convenience stores as well as transit hubs and they receive an email notification with a unique code when it is ready for pick-up. BufferBox graduated from the Summer 2012 Y Combinator class and was recently acquired by Google. Mike is now a Product Manager at Google
Session Topic: 0 to Google in 18 months: The BufferBox Story
Hear how an engineering undergrad project that started at the University of Waterloo turned into a company, caught the attention of Silicon Valley, and was sold to Google.