Boatsetter co-founder, Andy Sturner, honored by Millennials Project!
Boatsetter’s co-founder and accomplished entrepreneur, Andy Sturner, has been recognized as Miami’s Most Interesting Man this August for his involvement in the Millennials Project and support of women’s rights and ending violence against women.
The Most Interesting Man Project was designed to recognize prominent men in Miami who support this important cause. Winners will be appear in a series of photographic art exhibitions with the goal of raising awareness and creating a safer environment for the women and girls of Miami.
The Millennials Project was founded in 2009 by Haitian-American, Christian Guerrier, a champion of women’s rights. The goal of the organization is to create a level playing field for all sexes starting in Miami with plans to expand to Haiti in the future. Guerrier is tapping Millennials (those born between 1979 and the year 2000) to help him in his mission as he feels they are tech-savvy, confident and ready to take on this great initiative.
Miami-based, tech startup, Boatsetter, was co-founded by Andy Sturner and has emerged as the leader in boat sharing, successfully disrupting the billion dollar marine industry. Boatsetter has a worldwide fleet that includes boat rentals of all sizes and styles that can set sail with or without captains. Boatsetter exists to create a world where anyone can share the love of boating, no ownership required!