(JP Morgan Chase) This business is giving disabled people mobility
NEW YORK, NY - Butterfli featured in Chase's The Pursuit series as a rapidly growing small business making a big difference.
(Palm Springs Life) Born in Palm Springs
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Butterfli's first market was Palm Springs. We are now in 19 markets in 4 states, and we will be national in 2018!
(Cornelius McGrath) Step Outside of Your Bubble
CHICAGO, Ill. - Impactful opportunities can be found by looking for underserved niches. Butterfli's on-demand WAV service is an example of how lives are transformed by bringing options to people who don't always have a lot of options.
(KMIR) Desert Living Show Interview
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - View the entire interview on KMIR.
(GO60.US) What Happens When You Just Can’t Get There from Here Because You’re Old?
Alan M. Schlein, LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Pat Howard, living with multiple sclerosis for decades, gets around in a powered wheelchair since she can no longer put any weight on her legs. Last summer, her daughter Cindy was driving her 74-year-old mom back from an adult day care facility 30 minutes from her Santa Clarita, California, home when the car overheated and broke down.
“We were stuck,” Cindy recalled in a recent phone call. “I was freaked out about driving the overheated car and worried about our safety. Our only vehicle was now sitting by the side of the road.” Read the full article at go60.us.
(FUTURISM) Welcome to The Future of Driving: Are You Ready?
November 9, 2016
Kristin Houser, LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Not since the Model T put the horse and buggy back in the stable has the modern transportation industry been in as big of a state of flux as it is right now. The current generation of automotive technology is changing everything about how we get from point A to point B, and those changes are only looking to get more pronounced in the years and decades to come.
Let’s take a look at what we can expect from the future of driving according to some of the industry’s leading innovators. Read the full article at futurism.com.
(KESQ) Rideshare services geared for special needs and seniors
October 19, 2016
Lauren Coronado, THOUSAND PALMS, Calif. - A new technology company, ButterFLi, has introduced an Uber-like ride service, now available for seniors and those with special needs. Read the full article at kesq.com.