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Bodo Teams with Tangent for E-Commerce

Brandon Neman and Jack Green bodo’s cofounders

Brandon Neman and Jack Green’s bodo, a delivery tech startup working in e-commerce, has teamed with the London-based, England, digital firm Tangent to offer faster and more efficient delivery services for retailers. The two companies will work together with e-commerce startups for same-day or 30-minute deliveries.

Founded in 2001, Tangent says that it solves digital challenges and crafts “memorable customer experiences” through product design, engineering, and conversion rate optimization. The company offers digital product design and engineering, consultancy and research, conversion rate optimization, digital brand and UI, support and maintenance, and search engine optimization.

Prior to launching bodo, co-founders Brandon Neman and Jack Green led the sales and expansion strategy for Uber founder Travis Kalanick’s CloudKitchens. Having left food and beverage for eCommerce, they are now focused on this sustainable B2B logistics platform.

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Following beta-testing with brands spanning across personal care, beverage, and consumer technology, bodo officially launched earlier this week. The service will initially be offered in London, with exciting plans for expansion to other markets soon.

Brandon Neman, Co-founder of Bodo, said, “We’re excited to have launched bodo, a product that finally brings rapid and sustainable logistics to ecommerce. We are so grateful to have had Tangent’s expertise on hand to help bring the service to life.”

Nadine Clarke, Product Experience Partner at Tangent said, “We love working with innovative start-ups such as bodo to see them get to market quickly. We see huge potential in bodo’s offering and we can’t wait to continue working alongside the team to iterate and help build the platform further.”



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