Atlanta startup Phobio wants to give consumer electronics a second life.
Maybe even a third, fourth or fifth life, said CEO Stephen Wakeling.
Phobio produces an electronics trade-in software, which enables companies to take back old electronics such as phones, tablets and laptops and resell them in other markets. It also handles any repairs.
Phobio’s revenue doubled in 2020 because the pandemic meant more people needed personal electronics to work remotely. As the economy worsened,…