While there are some same-age people who are still trying to find their place in this world, Billy McFarland already created his company called Magnises at the age of 23.
Before the Conception of the Companies
Although Billy was born in the city of New York, his parents relocated to New Jersey, specifically in Stoats Hill, to raise their family there. Even before he began going to the University, his mind was already into building his own business in the future. As a matter of fact, when McFarland was 13 years old, he indeed established the first of the many companies he will produce in his lifetime. The main idea regarding the said trade was to help various designers connect to more consumers.
The young entrepreneur did go to college, particularly at Bucknell University, yet he dropped out when he was taking up computer engineering.
The amount of knowledge he had about computers did not get wasted even if he discarded schooling altogether, for he was able to build Spling, a digital platform that gives diverse web owners the opportunity to enhance the aesthetic appeal of their URLs by changing the normal texts into beautiful graphics. A couple of clients that the company can largely speak of are Universal and Discovery.
Magnises is the startup company that brought Billy McFarland a lot of recognition since the past year when he launched it. The concept that prevails in this business is unique, for his mission is to assist young adults like himself in experiencing the luxurious nightlife in cities at a much affordable rate.
When people sign up for a Magnises membership, they obtain a black card that lets them avail discounts in restaurants or become VIP guests in the hottest nightclubs, parties, or performances that are taking place downtown. According to Billy McFarland, they are looking into teaming up with different brand at the moment, but the selection process may take a while as they wish to bring aboard the ones that share their goals.
According to The Guardian, the business flourishes quite well that Billy McFaraland and his team were capable of moving the Magnises headquarters into a post penthouse at the Lower East Side.