Handybook seeks to be the ‘Uber for Household services’, Raised $12 Million

It is definitely a cumbersome process getting your repairs, cleaning done by the local handyman. Handybook, makes booking household services less of a tedious process by enabling users to book for professional services online. It calls itself Uber but for household services.

Handybook was Co-Founded in 2012 by Oisin Hanrahan (CEO), Weina Scott, Ignacio Leonhardt and Umang Dua (COO). The company has received a total funding of $12 million through inves ...

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