Vobi is a project management platform for small construction businesses, like home remodeling companies, contractors, architects, and interior designers. We help them save up to 50% of their time spent on manual work, mainly on the procurement and estimation processes, so they have more time to focus on their core activities. Through Vobi, they can manage projects from start to finish, collaborate with their customers, plan, quote, and make purchases or payments to suppliers, all in one place. No more spreadsheets and papers!
Specialist in software engineering by Unicamp with more than 10 years of experience. He started his entrepreneur journey in 2015 as an EIR and Partner at MAR Ventures, a marketplace and fintech Brazilian venture builder that co-founded companies such as Easy Carros, Finpass, Remessa Online (acquired by Ebanx), and Modiax (acquired by Foxbit). As one of the first three people on the tech team, Murillo built the early technology versions of all these companies.
Guilherme is a civil engineer who graduated from the Federal University of Espírito Santo and has over 12 years of experience in the construction market. As a technology enthusiast, he couldn't stand the lack of technology in the construction industry and decided to enter the technology market by working for startups like Modiax (acquired by Foxbit) and MAR Ventures (a Brazilian venture builder) to get experience and create Vobi, one of the fastest-growing construction startups in Brazil.
My family businesses boosted my entrepreneurial mindset from childhood. I founded my first business while still in college, but I failed. Soon after, I became a partner and EIR at MAR Ventures, a marketplace and fintech Brazilian venture builder that co-founded startups such as Easy Carros, Remessa Online (acquired by Ebanx for over $200M), and Modiax. At MAR, I led operations at Easy Carros and then founded Modiax, a crypto exchange that was acquired by Foxbit.
Fabio loves working with digital products and founded his first company, a software house, in 2011 and his first startup (Easy Carros) in 2014. In 2015, Fabio became a partner and EIR at MAR Ventures, a Brazilian marketplace and fintech venture builder, where he helped build companies like Remessa Online (acquired by Ebanx), Singu, Modiax (acquired by Foxbit), and Finpass. He also got a scholarship abroad through the Science without Borders program, where he studied at Stanford and CSU Chico.