Jojo Hedaya is the co-founder and the chief executive officer of Unroll.Me. He is responsible for strategy and the development of the product. His company is responsible for handles the clutter that is usually found in the inboxes of our emails. Unroll. Me is picking lots of popularity with millions of users and customers in the last five years praising it for its ability to downsize the inbox.
Jojo Hedaya went to school at CUNY Brooklyn College and graduated with a degree in Philosophy in 2010 and Business in the year 2012. Unroll. Me came out of the frustration between the two by then 24-year old co-founders. Jojo Hedaya was frustrated that his partner Josh Rosenwald was not answering his emails simply because he could not find them. They, therefore, sort out for a way to sort up the mails in a manner that the important emails could be prioritized from the newsletters, updates, and subscriptions that were mixed together with the inboxes.
Jojo Hedaya together with his partner Josh founded the app Unroll. Me (2014) which could assemble all the ‘unnecessary’ subscriptions into one mail, The Rollup and which from here the user can check for the important ones and unsubscribe by just clicking on it. Time to check the rollups can also be set.
Jojo Hedaya is among the many young entrepreneurs who have managed to change the world at a young age. Even with little to offer, his success has been from focusing on simplicity and execution. He takes simple steps to create something worthy from his projects. In his task force, he seeks to create a team that is all-star that is while hiring the most talented, he sees it important to consider the people that have always been left out in the job market.
Jojo Hedaya values education but he’d rather skip college to start up a business venture. Even after attaining two degrees he sees that Unroll. Me has taught him more than he could learn from any college. He shares his knowledge and advice through conferences and talks. His future can be predicted from his capacity to build a strong successful company at a young age.