RentSher - Unveiling New Logo
10 April 2015
'Unveiling' The True RentSher Logo, symbolizing Sher, the tiger and colors of India; where we promote the collaborative consumption economy to save space, save money and save nature. Especially with the successful launch of the Peer to peer rental functionality on http://rentsher.com; now it is easy to not just rent in but also rent out your spare products online and even earn money on the same. Products ranging from toys, costumes, electronics, books, bikes, fashion accessories and more are available online on rent with home delivery in Bangalore!Read more
RentSher at IIT Alumni Day 2014
31 December 2014
We are LIVE!!!
18 December 2014
Enthusiasm is excitement with inspiration, motivation, and a pinch of creativity. - Bo Bennet.Though we knew each other for years, sometime in the middle of this year, we came together, inspired and committed to a seed of an idea that promotes collaborative consumption. And here we are today! The RentSher team has got it all together in 2014 and brought to life the sustainable-social commerce platform for you! It has been a great learning for us in this start-up world. A 1000 miles journey begins with one step. And though we have taken that step, we are very aware of the miles and miles ahead of us. We definitely look up to you, our peers and fellow community members for encouragement and adoption of this idea. Read more
RentSher- A fresh start!
10 November 2014
Did you know that manufacturing every kg of technology product leaves behind on an average 3700 kg of waste material, which ends up harming our environment? In fact most of the gadgets we use have an even more skewed ratio of waste production and are highest producer of land (or sea) debris fills! Products like mobile phones, laptops and televisions generate huge amounts of toxic and non-biodegradable waste.Read more
Hello (material) world!
06 November 2014
Exactly 20 years back, Peter Menzel commissioned sixteen of the world’s foremost photographers to travel to thirty nations to live for a week with families that were ‘statistically average’ for that nation. At the end of each visit, photographer and family collaborated on a remarkable portrait of the family members outside their home, surrounded by all of their possessions. This effort is also documented in Peter Menzel’s book called “Material World” It was very interesting to see families across the globe with a range of possessions. There were families living merely with goats and cows, few utensils meagre makeshift furniture. And there were families with dozens of shoes. Interestingly all families seemed not only content but even proud with their possessions no matter how many or how little thing they owned. This definitely struck a chord with us. You can see a couple of photos below, more in the link here.Read more