The Handiest Service Around

In today’s modern culture, society is thriving on providing helpful services such as uber, lyft, postmates, instacart, and handy; just to name a few. These companies are not used to help people with extra money to spend but families that struggle to complete their extensive schedule on a day to day process. But whether it’s a need to get food shopping done, a ride to work, or having your house cleaned there seems to always be an app for that. And if you’re looking for some extra hands around the home, there is Handy. See, https://www.handy.com/cleaning-services/new-york.

Handy is the “uber of household chores”. Created by Oisin Hanrahan and Umang Dua with the idea in mind of having cleans, plumbers, handymen, etc. at the tip of your fingers! Such a simple and on-demand idea anyone would wish they thought of it first. And the market’s oncoming demands made the business an ongoing success. And in just a few months it reached the $12 million milestone by General Catalyst Partners and Highland Capital Partners. Just when you think such a good business idea could peak, Handy and its team have grown significantly at a steady rate ensuring its future. With just over a dozen cities in its belt of reputable markets to grow into and its thousands of freelancers, Handy bought Exec for only $10 million.

But don’t worry about its growth. It’s quality over exceeds its quantitive size. It background checks every employee and independent contractor and gets rid of the hassle of completing unnecessary forms to hire a cleaner. Just download the app! And if you yourself are an independent contractor and not a consumer it’s even easier to work for them. It’s consistently flexible schedule and very competitive pay makes a great full or part-time job. Not to mention current cleaners getting paid cash under the table 90% of the time, and with Handy providing reputable income is an ease of mind when taxes come around.

 

Handy Impresses Many

Handy has grown to become one of the most successful home cleaning services in the industry. Handy has achieved its status through engaging in creative marketing and implementation strategies. Handy works with only the best of the best freelancers, and clients can book and pay for services through an easy-to-use app. The company’s growth has been staggering.

Handy has expanded into various home cleaning services beyond basic home, office, and apartment cleaning. Consider it appropriate a company named Handy would offer handyman services. Basic home maintenance and even plumbing can be booked through the app. Handy has even expanded into furniture delivery and assembly. All of these new endeavors can be considered very good signs for investors. Customers are thrilled with what Handy has to offer and are willing to book Handy services outside of the original home cleaning sphere.

And there has been a lot of investment into the Handy experiment. According to pepinherstep.com, in late 2015, on the heels of a rival shutting down operations, Handy raised around $50 million in funding. Investors like to see returns, huge returns, on private equity funding. $50 million reflects an enormous amount of faith investors have in the success of the company.

Customers have a great deal of faith in Handy as well. Otherwise, they would not be spending $1 million in bookings. Read more on http://www.onthesceneny.com.

http://www.ecohustler.co.uk/2016/09/23/two-apps-make-life-easier/