Working in an office is a remnant of the industrial revolution that understands none of the technological trends that have driven the rise of our current reality.
It is no longer necessary in any way, massively wasteful from almost every standpoint and environmentally contributes to unimaginable pollution.
Rather than trying to change the world, we focus on small markets solving marginal issues which lead to average businesses. Our nation, with one of the proudest histories in delivering innovation that the rest of the world consumes, has been embarrassed into submission by false modesty and the derision of experts who expect you to stick to your station. Don’t dream too big because you’ll embarrass the rest of us is the most British of default settings and one that frustrates me more than almost anything in the world.
That’s an awesome ambition, huge vision, incredibly large market, but do you not think it’s too big? If it was such a great idea someone in the States would be building this right now, Andreessen Horowitz would have invested in it already, Naval Ravikant or Tim Ferriss would be talking about it on their Podcasts or Tweeting about it. I think, and this is just me, you’d be better working on something smaller. Find a different market, one that people in the UK can grasp ahold of, understand and invest in. This won’t be done from here. Sorry.