San Diego Business Journal

If Some League Members Aren’t Game, Subme Puts Out the Call for Players

THE STARTUP PAGE | A look at innovative organizations, concepts, products and people By Brittany Meiling Originally published April 13, 2017 at 2:10 p.m., updated April 13, 2017 at 2:10 p.m.
   

Approved CEO Andy Taylor (right), CTO Navtej Sadhal, middle, and Principal Software Engineer Mark Pitman

Approved CEO Andy Taylor (right), CTO Navtej Sadhal, middle, and Principal Software Engineer Mark Pitman Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

— The makers of sports app Subme are solving a universal problem for recreational sports leagues: drop outs and no-shows...

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