Entrepreneur Profile: Founders of Jossle


Daquan J. Oliver is a junior at Babson College. Born and raised in New Rochelle, Daquan was taught at an early age the value of hard-work (or Josslin') from his single parent mother. Daquan is a serial entrepreneur and a just as active philanthropist. He loves to have fun, but does not hesitate to get down to work when the occasion arises. 

Oluwarotimi Lademo is currently a sophomore at Babson College. He is Nigerian and Dominican, yet can also speak conversational Chinese. When he is not trying to save the world with different social entrepreneurship ventures, you can see him longboarding through campus or reading manga. He wants to be able to travel the world with his degrees in Entrepreneurship and International Business.

Han Kim is one of the Co-Founders of Jossle. He is currently a 3rd year student at Babson College, studying Entrepreneurship and Finance. He is a South Korean native who has lived in Rhode Island most of his life. Among other contributions, Han agreed to join Jossle in order to solidify its financial infrastructure.

Eric Muli is a Junior at Babson College and also the co-founder of another tech start-up Ratifye LLC which is a social consumer review website. Born in Boston, Mass., and raised in both Jamaica and Kenya, Eric is a serial entrepreneur and an avid philanthropist. Eric believes that Jossle has the potential to completely revolutionize the advertising industry as we know it.

What inspired the idea behind Jossle?

I know the t-shirts are free, but is there an incentive to sign up? Like paid advertising for the students?

What are your plans for Jossle in the future? Where can you see it headed?

If Jossle could work with any artist, company, or person, who would it be?