Jojo Hedaya has shown that it does not take old age to be successful. Still, in his early twenties, he has co-founded an app that has garnered millions in the past years. Together with his college mate Josh Rosenwald, they started Unroll.Me, an app that organizes emails in the mailbox, and it promptly rose to success. Jojo became the CEO of the company, but it was later purchased by Rakuten Intelligence. Rakuten is a leading data market research organization in the world. After the purchase, Jojo worked as the Chief Product and Consumer Officer heading the operations sector and product development. He grew up in New York and was enrolled at a Jewish Private high school. He later proceeded to Brooklyn College for his degree.
At Brooklyn, he met his business partner Josh Rosenwald, and they immediately formed a friendship. They share the same birthday. The two experienced troubles with their emails and therefore founded Unroll.Me. It is an app that arranges emails, cleans spam messages and tidies the mailbox. Mostly the mailbox contains promotion emails from subscriptions which flood it hence burying more important emails. Jojo and Josh took care of this through Unroll.Me which comes with The Rollup. It combines all subscriptions into one email which can be read at any time. Unroll.me is quite popular and used by many people. It is compatible with IOS and even Android devices. Its simplicity and ease in use make it stand out among other similar apps.
Hedaya believes that before venturing out to start a business, one should have the required skills. They should also conduct enough research on the market before taking any major step. Resources should be used well, and the entrepreneur should take the least amount of time to launch their products as the more the time it takes, the more money and resources are used. Jojo Hedaya also says that for any company to prosper, it should have the right employees working for it. The employees should be self- driven and have the urge to learn new things at every given opportunity. He surrounded himself with such people at Unroll.Me and became successful.