Solay is on a mission to solve the "chair dash" problem at hotel and resort pools and beaches, and provide a system for physical distancing
Guests can reserve pool and beach lounge chairs in advance or in real-time using the free Solay app. Hoteliers receive real-time reservation data with seat arrangements to allow set up for physical distancing.
The potential market for Solay is world-wide in resort destinations, and is accessible to all travelers
Solay is about allowing guests to vacation with reassurance, knowing their hotel will be prepared to arrange their reserved seats in line with social distancing guidelines - providing peace of mind and a safe space to unwind.
Solay is waiving all reservation fees to support the reopening of the hospitality industry. When reservation fees (modest and accessible to all budgets!) are reinstated, Solay will donate a portion of every chair reservation to ocean conservation and restoration nonprofit organizations.
Solay has self-funded development of its iOS app, now available in the App Store. Solay is seeking funding to develop the Android app - half of the world's mobile users are on Android devices!
The Solay team consists of a female founder & CEO, female industry strategy & marketing consultant/small business, and minority software developer/small business.
Solay is for everyone who loves to travel and works hard to enjoy a special resort vacation, but doesn't want to wake up early to compete for pool/beach seating, or be crammed in close to other guests on the pool deck or beach. With your help, Solay can forever solve the chair dash problem and provide a viable solution for physical distancing.
Thank you for supporting a women-owned business with a disruptive, socially-responsible business model!
The Campaign FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is Solay female-owned?
Yes, Solay is 100% female-owned. Key team members are women and minorities. Solay has been entirely self-funded with the entrepreneur's savings and paycheck.
Why does Solay need to develop an Android app?
Solay has developed and successfully launched its iOS app. However, more than half the world's mobile users use Android devices. Solay wants to make its services more widely available to capture the large international travel market.