We're solving a logistics problem for the snow & ice industry

Your plowguy's not necessarily late; the market is just broken. Imagine seeing four UPS trucks, at once, in one neighborhood and you'll understand the inefficiencies that plague residential snow plowing. Customer satisfaction, pricing and service time all hinge on reducing 'windshield time' for snow contractors. We're building a better way to get mom and pops dug out.

PlowMe is currently available in the following markets:

  • Anchorage, Alaska
  • Boston, Massachusetts

Leadership Team

Yeh Diab

Co-Founder & CEO

Yeh launched PlowMe in his basement to try and help his friend Jay break into the snow plowing business. After a maiden voyage where Jay (with Yeh riding shotgun) serviced 14 customers along the south shore of Massachusetts via the mobile app, PlowMe grew 2x storm-over-storm, culminating in Winter Storm Nemo in February 2013, in which PlowMe received $120k+ requests in a 36-hour period, before a moratorium was called. Yeh was previously in the less turbulent position of in-house counsel for a firm making CAD translators and facilities management software. Never big on popularity, he's a lifelong Lakers fan living in Boston (to the chagrin of his four boys).


Brandon Casci

Co-Founder & CTO

Brandon is a hacker, entrepreneur and brewer, who founded Loudcaster (TechStars ’10), which let people broadcast their own online radio station (~1M users). Brandon has also turned the wheels of various technology roles at Staples, Ultranet, RCN, Baine & Company, Surfcontrol, Thomson Financial and more. He met Yeh through the Cambridge Innovation Center ecosystem, and (re)built PlowMe from the ground-up.



Joe Caruso, President, Bantam Group

Semyon Dukach, Chairman, SMPT Inc.