Described as the “Airbnb of Luggage,” Stasher is a sharing economy solution for storage. They realized that people don’t want to drag their suitcases, backpacks, or more around a city when they just have a few hours before they have to depart.
They created a global network of hotels and stores with extra space where travelers can find affordable, convenient storage for their belongings. Secured with the same standards as a hotel check-in, Stasher partners with leading brands like Premier Inn, Accor & Hotels.com to provide storage worldwide.
The service has no size restrictions and award-winning customer support. Pick the most convenient location to store your bags and book easily online from just £6, €5, or $5 per item for up to 24 hours. Each bag is also fully insured up to £1000. Book online now and get instant confirmation.
How did it all start? People were always asking to store their stuff at Anthony’s home near King’s Cross. When Matt asked, Anthony replied, “Sure, but I’m charging you for it.” This joke was the lightbulb moment. On 21 September 2015, they incorporated CityStasher Ltd (now Stasher).
Fast forward to 2020, and the travel tech startup secured a $2.5 million funding round and was featured in TechCrunch, Forbes, and Yahoo. I invited Jacob Wedderburn-Day, CEO & Co-Founder at Stasher onto the podcast.
Jacob oversees operations, finance, and strategy at Stasher. Prior to co-founding the startup in 2015, he graduated BA Economics & Management from Oxford University and MSc Economics from UCL. He’s passionate about entrepreneurship, economics, and football.
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