Birmingham-based Wyndy has finally launched

Wyndy, easily connecting college baby sitters with parents.

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via Wyndy Twitter

Founders and co-owners of Wyndy, Ginger and Tommy Mayfield, have been on a pursuit to eliminate wasted time and hassle from one of the most everyday tasks for some students and parents.

Finding a baby sitter can be difficult for all aged parents – It can be even harder for college students.

Wyndy is here to provide the “uber for babysitting”, coined by Tommy Mayfield during his 1MillionCupsBham presentation.

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Tommy Mayfield presenting to audience at 1MillionCups Bham at the Innovation Depot – Photo by Wade Cline

According to a recent press release, the two co-founders and husband and wife have finally launched their app.

“The current process of finding and booking babysitters is inefficient and often results in endless texts and unnecessary frustration.

We intend for Wyndy to be that technology.”

Tommy Mayfield

Details of Wyndy’s Start:

There was a soft launch last week and check out these stats…

  • 400 families signed up
  • 200 college sitters signed up

Available at these Colleges:

Among the immediate success, Wyndy will be competing in the final round of Alabama Launchpad Startup Competition in Mobile, this April.

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Finalist for Alabama Launchpad Comp. – via Alabama LaunchPad

A total of $25,000 will be shared among the top 3 finalist.

How it works:

“In the next few years, we believe that both parents and college sitters are going to abandon the outdated methods of booking babysitting jobs and turn to modern technology to connect.”

– Mayfield

Why Wyndy?

Wade Cline
Wade Cline

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