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ProsRent: MVP Redefined via Code Authority
When businesses need to rent construction equipment outside of their usual territory, they need to rent from vendors that they don’t know. And they usually end up paying a higher price, too — because the industry is dominated by three large companies.
A History of CodeLaunch – Looking Back at 2016 Finalist: ProsRent
The construction equipment industry is dominated by three large enterprises who own most of the 7,500 equipment rental companies and supply yards across the United States.
DFW’s Hottest Startups of 2019 via Common Desk
The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex only continues to prove that it’s nothing but ripe soil for new businesses to take root and grow fast, and the companies you’ll see on this list are taking full advantage of all DFW has to offer.
Changing the Construction Equipment Rental Industry Culture
ProsRent’s CEO John Clark recognized the lack of inventory and need for price transparency within the construction rental industry in 2016 while managing his own construction company. Now, COO Nick Powell and CEO John Clark want to make it simple for customers to source, manage, and procure rental equipment from a single asset aggregator. The ProsRent rental revolution started in 2017.