Veloxity CEO Interviews with Bloomberg Radio about Millennials in the Workforce

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Student startup, Veloxity, tells Bloomberg radio about millennials in the workforce and the benefits of starting a business while in school.

Boston area startup Veloxity One LLC has been featured in a Bentley University study discussing the habits of millennials entering the workforce. Veloxity is a B2B vendor of cell phone charging solutions, offering charging stations for conferences, hospitals, retailers, and more. CEO Krassi Popov was invited on Bloomberg Radio’s “Taking Stock” to offer his perspective on the potential impact of millennial work habits on the workforce.

As a student run startup out of Bentley University, Veloxity has been able to take advantage of certain benefits of being on campus such as access to professors and technology resources. This accessibility has allowed Veloxity to keep costs low while still delivering an effective product to its customers.

The Bentley report, entitled “The Millennial Mind Goes to Work”, surveys millennials to gauge their readiness for today’s work environment. Led by Bentley’s Marketing Department, the report also aims to provide employers and recruiters with rare and valuable insight into how they must appeal to the workforce of tomorrow.

Veloxity also demonstrates many of the elements that millennials seek in their work lives. Employees work flexible hours and may connect to their work at any time of day in any location. Although this may seem chaotic, Bentley’s study shows that 77% millennials are more inclined to work on their own terms, rather than adhering to a preset schedule. As CEO Krassi Popov puts it: “It certainly is challenging going to school and running a profitable business…there are days I am walking to class, on the phone with a big client like Comcast or Harley Davidson and negotiating a purchase order”.

Veloxity’s lean approach to business has been a crucial contributor to its success. Through its cost savings, Veloxity has been able to attend conferences and trade shows to further expand its brand. Recently, Veloxity provided Philadephia’s IMPACT 2014 with charging stations to increase attendee satisfaction and experience. While there, Veloxity saw an average usage rate of about 14 charges per hour, with spikes towards the end of the day. With over 40 major clients and 25 partnerships, Veloxity is poised to continue growing its market share in the B2B charging solutions industry in 2015.

About: Veloxity One LLC provides B2B charging solutions for mobile devices at corporate events, universities, festivals, and hospitals around the country . To find our more, please go to Veloxity’s website at

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