The future in Moving
Moving companies, a $25 billion business in the U.S., look like an upcoming target for disruption.
Why it matters: Technology has made dozens of tasks easier: We can use GPS for road trips instead of printing out directions, we can order our groceries online and get them delivered, and we can even meet our spouses on apps. But moving still sucks.
The big picture: As we've reported, Americans are generally moving less. But young people — especially those living in cities — are bucking this trend.
Author: Erica Pandey