Hassle.com, the online marketplace for cleaners, has created hundreds of jobs in Manchester since launching in the city eight months ago. Cleaners using the platform have completed over 15,000 hours of cleaning and approximately 7000 Manchester bookings have been made on the site, highlighting the heavy demand for cleaners in the city.
Hassle.com went live in Manchester in August 2014 after receiving $6million in series A funding from Accel partners. The start-up is disrupting the cleaning market, matching reviewed and local, trusted cleaners with customers via its online marketplace.
To book, customers simply head to Hassle.com’s website or download the iOS and Android App, type in their postcode and browse the profiles of cleaners available in the area before choosing the one that best suits their needs. Logging on and booking a cleaner takes less than 60 seconds and customers pay just £10 an hour.
All cleaners on Hassle.com run their own micro business, allowing them to choose when and where they work and each earn above the minimum wage and industry standard.
Hassle.com’s top cleaner in Manchester has carried out almost 1000 hours of cleaning.
Elaine Abimbola, has been using Hassle.com to find customers in Manchester for eight months. “I like Hassle.com because it’s easy to use, I’m paid a good wage and everything is so flexible,” says Elaine.
“Hassle.com matches me with potential jobs but I’m the one who chooses when I want to work and who I work for.”
Jules Coleman, co-founder Hassle.com says, “I first thought of the idea behind Hassle.com whilst I was working in Manchester. It’s an exciting hub for tech companies and early adopters.
“Hundreds of cleaners are signing up to find customers in Manchester and thousands of customers are logging on to book cleans. We’ve had an extremely busy year expanding and getting our Android and iOS apps off the ground. We’re excited to see what we can bring to Manchester next.”
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