We have exciting news to share just in time to start the weekend. We have been featured in a handful of news outlets, ranging from coverage on our price transparency to an in-depth interview with one of our co-founders to the announcement of our retail launch.
Check out highlights of the coverage below:
Mark Zuckerberg’s recent Congressional testimony on data misuse led business owners big and small to question just exactly how they should be communicating with users and how to maintain transparency and trust on their platforms. Following was a shout-out to us:
“Take the example of Truss, a small business that seeks to provide more pricing transparency for people seeking to rent or lease commercial space. To accomplish this successfully, they must have a crystal-clear understanding of how many details the average business owner wants about the true cost of a property. Too much information, and the customer gets overwhelmed. Too little and the customer feels that transparency has not been achieved.”
Bootstrapping in America - Bobby Goodman of Truss
Our co-founder, Bobby Goodman, recently sat down with members of TastyTrade for their segment - “Bootstrapping in America.” Click here to watch the video and learn more about our platform!
We were thrilled to share the news that our platform now offers retail space. We are the first platform to offer price transparency to retailers who are looking for their next space. The best part - you can do all of that searching from your laptop or device! The following is a blurb from the piece by Propmodo:
“Now, Truss is aiming to help another under-loved segment of the real estate leasing ecosystem, retail. Renting space to a retailer has always been risky. The turnover rate is high and the cost to unbuild the tenant improvements that many stores require can be expensive. Many leasing firms specialize in retail because they know that retail leases have their own set of idiosyncrasies like percentage rents.”
Search, tour and lease your office space with us. Start the search at www.truss.co.
This post was updated on March 5, 2019.