Entrepreneurs often tap personal experience for startup ideas. In Frederick Hutson's case, that experience was incarceration. "I just saw so many inefficiencies when I was in prison," he says. "The way the system worked was archaic. There was obviously a problem. I knew technology had advanced far ahead on the outside, but no one has built anything to address it."
The result is Pigeonly, a platform that provides cost-saving services for inmates. In essence, Pigeonly is a suite of features that helps families stay connected to their incarcerated loved ones. For now, it includes Fotopigeon,...
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