All you Need to Know About Billy McFarland
Billy McFarland is a very young entrepreneur. He was born in 1991 in New York, New York. However, he grew up in Short Hills, New Jersey. He began his entrepreneurial career at a young age when he established his first company at the age of thirteen years.
He is well known as the founder of Magnises, a company that targets professionals from various industries living in the Eastern Coast Cities of New York and Washington DC. Billy established this company in the year 2014, and he targeted young people with thin the age of twenty-one and thirty-five years.
According to Business Insider, Billy McFarland did not graduate from college as he dropped out to follow a passion. He dropped from Bucknell University. He was studying computer engineering by the time he dropped out. Magnises is a black card that helps young people network.
He designated the annual subscription fee as two hundred and fifty dollars. Some of the services that you get to enjoy with Billy’s card include HotelPass where you can spend a night at New York’s hotels for just seventy-four dollars. The Bill’s creation also enables you to enjoy a feature called Club pass where you can enter New York’s clubs for just sixty-five dollars a month.
In designing this black card, Billy included a feature called Magnises NOW. This is a virtual assistant that Billy designed to help answer questions about Magnises. The app can also suggest to you places where you can get the best deals in the city. Currently, his services are only available in New York City and Washington DC. He plans to make the services available elsewhere as time goes by.
Billy’s Black card has managed to get a subscription of twelve thousand people which includes rich people like basketball players. Before establishing this successful venture, Billy was the Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Spling from October 2010. He has held this position for 6 years now. Billy was motivated by the hustles of a young person in coming up with this black card. Young and broke.
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