Parking’s Rising Stars Can Bring Notice to the Indusrty


Parking’s Rising Stars Can Bring Notice to the Indusrty

Parking is evolving every day, and it’s got some new super stars. Serge Gojkovich CEO of CurbStand was just included as a featured guest on Business Rockstars at One of the exciting aspects of this media attention is that notice it can bring to the parking industry.

Curbstand is an… iOS app that allows users to seamlessly locate, pay and tip for valet parking from their mobile devices.

Gojkovich has lived, worked and studied in Boston, Minneapolis and Los Angeles, where he is currently based. He regularly appears on industry panel discussions regarding application marketing, niche marketing, social networking apps, parking and travel.

Goijkovich has work within the industry for several years at ParkMe, but has also done marketing work for mobile apps in other industries. Still, as CEO of a parking app, his success could be a boon for all of parking. Each parking niche can, in some way, support the progress of the other, because they all serve different needs.

The trick is to make sure these rising parking figures feel they are a part of the industry, that they join parking organizations, are willing to represent parking as a whole and use their influence for its good.

Read the article here.

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