With a modern cloud-based platform, myTurn combines the best and most essential features of asset tracking, rental, and the sale of surplus equipment. Our unique platform helps you easily tap into the emerging Collaborative and Circular Economies.
Reduce costs with a platform that focuses on making it easy to find and track the usage of tools, equipment or any product.
Turn assets into revenue by renting underutilized equipment to other organizations or individuals.
Are you a manufacturer? Partner with us to learn more about the durability of and how to maximize the value of your productions. Use the myTurn platform to offer your products to customers on a subscription basis rather than, or in addition to selling them.
Co-founder & CEO
Gene is the co-founder and CEO at myTurn. An entrepreneur and technology strategist for over 20 years, he drives the company’s vision, strategy and growth.View profile
Co-Founder & CTO
Nancy is a co-founder and software development lead at myTurn. She has been working with Gene for 20 years, delivering cutting edge solutions.View profile
Director of Integration
Before joining the myTurn Team, Miranda worked with Gene at OCI for 15 years working magic as a full stack software developer with a focus on front-end integration.View profile
Social Media Manager
myTurn is right at the intersection of Dayna’s passions: social media and sharing. After running The Kitchen Library for 3 years in Toronto, she is excited to put 9 years of social media experience to supporting all things sharing.View profile
Director of Cities & Community
Patrick has a background in finance, micro-finance and international development. He’s also a trained shipwright.View profile
We operate a best-in-breed, easy to use, platform that is helping communities to regional partnerships save money and increase resource utilization. Communities are becoming more equitable and resilient as more people have access to resources they need and previously might not have been able to afford.
Universities are more efficiently sharing equipment between labs, setting up bike sharing programs, and establishing partnerships with communities.
Governments and business are putting equipment that was often sitting idle in warehouses and storage back to work.
We believe every person, organization and company should have affordable access to the tools, equipment and resources they need to innovate and succeed. Whether you’re an individual just getting starting, a startup that needs access to equipment to grow, a university with stretched budgets or a multi-national corporation, we can help you more cost effectively and efficiently access goods and services.
Large scale product reuse reduces the use of dwindling natural resources, reduces waste, while improving quality of life to profitability. Don’t just take our word for it, ask our customers.
myTurn has customers in dozens of countries across four continents (so far!) and is rapidly growing to try to meet the global demand for solutions that work to improve economic development, while simultaneously improving the environment and reducing waste.
myTurn.com, pbc, a for-profit public benefit corporation, has improving business and the environment embedded in our corporate DNA. Our highly experienced team helps organizations optimize their resource utilization by making it easy to rent, track and share goods and services. This generates a positive impact on the environment and society by increasing affordable access to durable, repairable goods, as well as, by reducing overconsumption and waste.
Trusted by Enterprise, Education, Government and Communities
What our clients say about us
- "We've reduced our inventory loss to nearly zero with myTurn's superior asset tracking capabilities, email reminders, reports and analytics."
- “Incredibly easy to get started, we were up and running in minutes.”University Administrator
- "We doubled the utilization of our Lending Library in the first year using myTurn!"
- "We would have never started our community sharing program without myTurn. We're now helping thousands of people in low and mixed-income neighborhoods make their homes more efficient, improve their neighborhoods and start new businesses."