Guillermo Cornejo's Interviews
Guillermo Cornejo – Don’t Underestimate the Value of Experience
BIO: Guillermo Cornejo is the CEO of Riders Share, the Airbnb of motorcycles he started while attending grad school at UCLA. STORY: Guillermo had an insurance company handling claims for his customers. When he realized the insurance company had a 50% profit margin, he decided to start his own insurance business. This b
Markets, Snap, Credit, And Motorcycle Sharing (Podcast)
Jim Lowell, CIO at Adviser Investments, talks about markets, investing, and the economy in 2022. Dan Ives, Managing Director and Senior Equity Analyst at WedBush Securities, discusses Snap, the NASDAQ, and other stories in Big Tech. Guillermo Cornejo, co-founder and CEO of Riders Share, discusses his company, the “AirB
Guillermo Cornejo, Riders Share - Riders Share Is Like An AirBnB, But For Renting Motorcycles | #330
In episode 330, we welcome our guest, Guillermo Cornejo, founder and CEO of Riders Share, the first & largest motorcycle peer-to-peer rentals platform in the United States. In today’s episode, we hear why peer to peer rentals for motorcycles works even better than for cars! Guillermo walks us through what it’s been l
Episode 22: Guillermo Cornejo, CEO of Riders Share
Episode 22 is a great conversation with Guillermo Cornejo, CEO of Riders Share. Riders Share is a peer to peer marketplace that offers street legal motorcycle rentals through out the United States. Guillermo talks about his background in finance in the auto industry, his passion for motorcycles, and his journey laun
Interview with Guillermo Cornejo Founder and CEO of Riders Share, the largest motorcycle sharing platform in the world.
Guillermo Cornejo is the immigrant founder and CEO of Riders Share, which he launched while completing his MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Business, where he attended under a full scholarship. He originally started this company while working as an Analytics Manager 2 for Hyundai’s finance arm. Prior to that, he was
How did Guillermo Cornejo build Riders Share, the first motorcycle peer to peer rentals platform in the United States
In this episode, Guillermo talks about how he had scaled up the platform and has received over $1.3 million in booking requests.