Home service startup UrbanClap has declared that now it’ll be known as Urban Company. Simultaneously, the organization will likewise be sub-marking seven verticals catching the organization’s aspiration to turn into a horizontal gig marketplace and extend its operations to Australia and Singapore.
The seven verticals comprise services such as beauty, spa, grooming, repairs, cleaning, painting, and fitness and yoga that are offered through its mobile app and website.
“We now have a bouquet of services so it was important to have a mother brand or an umbrella brand which can house all these sub-brands. Urban Company will be our brand forever for all markets and geographies now,” said Abhiraj Bhal, co-founder and CEO Urban Company.
Started in 2014 in Delhi by Abhiraj Bhal, Varun Khaitan and Raghav Chandra, Urban Company has its activities in 17 Indian urban communities and four universal markets – Dubai, Abi Dhabi, Sydney and Singapore. With in excess of 25,000 prepared experts over the four nations, Urban Company has served more than 5 million households up until now.
The Urban Company is working with government entities, for example, the national expertise advancement organization (NSDC) for the activation, preparing and affirmation of administration experts across India.
Within FY19, the company claimed to have completed around 3.3 million service orders, a rise from 1.2 million service orders in FY18. Gross transaction value (GTV) of all orders in the last financial year jumped to ₹400 crores from a GTV of ₹130 crores in FY18. GTV represents aggregate spends of a company’s customers in a particular financial period, according to a Mint report.