Carmigo plans to continue connecting individuals with car dealerships through key product improvements and a profitable acquisition strategy.
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Carmigo Founder and CEO Andrew Warmath got the idea for starting his Tupelo-based company during the COVID-19 pandemic, when demand for used cars increased because of the virus’ impact on the economy and, especially, on vehicle manufacturing, with factories shutting down.
Carmigo, an online auto marketplace that helps individuals sell their vehicles directly to dealerships across the country, is adding 50 jobs as it establishes its headquarters in Tupelo.
Andrew Warmath, Founder & CEO of Tupelo-based startup Carmigo, is looking to revolutionize the car-selling process. Carmigo bills itself as an online auto marketplace that helps individuals sell their vehicles directly to dealerships across the country in a one-day auction.