Teen turns down Harvard to focus on delivery service start-up
21 Oct, 2016
An 18-year-old Aucklander is seeking up to $200,000 in a share sale for his start-up after turning down a position at an Ivy League university.
LazyAz Founder Ditches Harvard Acceptance, Launches Crowdfunding Campaign Instead
Thursday, 20 October 2016 – Press Release: LazyAz
New Zealand company, LazyAz is looking to revolutionise retail with its application based on-demand delivery service that connects with brick and mortar shops. They are seeking to raise between $75,000 and $200,000 from the sale of shares. The offer is being made through AlphaCrowd’s equity crowd funding platform.
‘LazyAz’ available on the IOS & Android devices
Thursday, 23 June 2016 – Press Release: LazyAz
An app that delivers anything you want at your door step, now available on IOS and Android devices
Who says laziness is a bad thing?
Just ask the young Kiwi-Indian entrepreneur Aryaman Taore, 17, who developed a mobile service called LazyAz that delivers almost anything thing your heart desires at your doorstep, within an hour.