Business students at the University of South Florida (USF) have a new tool to help them connect with others and collaborate on projects, thanks to the app “Peabj.” Founded by Kamila Khasanova and Jordan Murti, the app has already been downloaded by over 200 students at USF, and its founders are funding it.
One of the many success stories that have emerged from Peabj is that of Sarthak Pattnaik and Nicholas Pacini. Both are students at the MUMA College of Business at USF, and they credit Peabj with helping them establish a successful startup company. After meeting through the app, Sarthak introduced his friend to badminton, and they went on to develop a business around teaching and promoting the sport. According to them, Peabj has fast-tracked their professional goals by helping them find the right talent and connect with serious investors.
Peabj’s success has not gone unnoticed by other schools across the country. The app has plans to eventually be open to students nationwide, providing valuable resources for business students looking to connect with others in their field. While still in its early stages, Peabj has proven itself as a valuable resource for USF business students, facilitating connections and collaborations that have real-world applications.
In conclusion, Peabj is an excellent tool for business students at USF looking to connect with others for collaboration on projects. The app has already helped many students like Sarthak Pattnaik and Nicholas Pacini achieve their professional goals by providing access to talent and investors. As more schools adopt this innovative solution, it is clear that Peabj will continue to be an essential resource for future leaders in business.