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Forbes 29 Jan 2020

This Tech Startup Knows Your Car's Problems And What It Will Cost

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John Gattuso, along with cofounders and fellow 30 Under 30 honorees Frederick Grimm and Julian Knight, were seniors at Georgia Institute of Technology when they started FIXD, a diagnostic screening app for your car. FIXD was born from a desire to help their less car-savvy friends and family deal with car issues and avoid getting taken for a ride by mechanics. The trio launched the business on Kickstarter in 2014 with a campaign that raised $37,000, and it has since grown exponentially.


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