The Singapore-based startup wants its app to become a one-stop shop for household services
On-demand household services app sendhelper has announced today that it has launched new services in addition to cleaning: cooking and laundry and dry cleaning.
Max Loosen, CEO of the Singapore-based startup, said that the introduction of these new services is a natural trajectory for the company, given that its vision is to become an all encompassing platform for household services. Many of its customers were also requesting for such features.
“Since the beginning, we’ve had one customer on the radar: The busy professional deprived of extra time to clean up at home and eat fresh and healthy food,” said Loosen in a press release.
To make a booking for cooks, users have to enter their location details, hours required and choice of cuisine. For laundry and dry cleaning services, users will get professional service providers to pick up and deliver their items in the shortest possible time.
Besides these new services, sendhelper has also launched a new payment system. Now, instead of paying up front, customers only pay once the service has been completed.
Launched in May 2015, sendhelper is a one-stop app for domestic chores. Its on-demand market place allows customers to connect to a network of vetted and verified service providers.
Back in July 2015, e27 reported that sendhelper was seeing a five-digit monthly revenue, with at least 300 paying customers.
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