Jay Desai has always wanted to be an entrepreneur.
At 11-years-old, he had a newsletter business. In middle school, he was reselling sticks of gum bought at Costco.
While working for Trend, a B2B startup last year, Jay came upon a problem: how to collect content from around the Web for future reference.
One thing led to another and Jay created Swpely, which he describes as Pinterest for B2B. It's a free service that makes it easy to collect digital content, social media, updates, videos, and photos.
In this episode of Marketing Spark, Jay talks about the transition from full-time employee to entrepreneur, and how he plans to grow Swpely into a full-featured content aggregation platform.