Javier Rincon studied Industrial Engineering at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico and GSP at Singularity University in California. Currently he is the business developer at Kangou, and before that founded 2 other startups. Along with Mick Islas, they have formed Kangou an urban cyclist shared economy solution. Kangou is a Digital Logistics Platform that offers Local Delivery Service, connecting people, brands, companies and governments to the goods they need around the cities. Kangou is part of the Collaborative Economy—meaning that anyone with a smartphone can make money in their free time by making deliveries, whether dropping off some documents or shopping for a client at their favorite store. The startup also provides the opportunity for unemployed, under employed, students or those who do not study to make more than $8,000 MXN per month by using their smartphone and their bikes or any transport model to make deliveries based on their own schedules. Kangou has +1,000 people in their community around Mexico; it has done 10K of deliveries in Mexico City, Guadalajara & Puebla, and +100 of businesses use Kangou to do their deliveries.