Technology Aimed at Streamlining Securing Professional Tradesmen for Household Chores Seeks Investors

Technology Aimed at Streamlining Securing Professional Tradesmen for Household Chores Seeks Investors

A new platform that makes it simple to search and hire professional window cleaners, which performed successfully in a pilot, is searching for investors. Using popular crowdfunding site Crowdcube, Osha Clean has already secured half of its £50,000 target, rewarding investors with a slice of equity in what’s set to be a fast growing, problem solving business.

With over 27.2 million households in the UK, the potential growth for Osha Clean is immense. The intuitive platform will initially act as a portal for homeowners to book a window cleaner, but plans are already being worked on in the background to expand the offering. Osha Clean makes it effortless for consumers to book a professional, whether on a regular basis or for a one-off job, while providing window cleaners with a simple way to grow their client base without expensive marketing.

The concept has already been proven, with Osha Clean recruiting 90 window cleaners covering 900 postcode districts during a pilot phase. Once the crowdfunded investment is in place, the business will use the fund for website development, automation, and marketing to take the platform nationwide.

Louise Stevenson, Co-Founder and COO of Osha Clean, said, “There’s a definite need for Osha Clean, just as our pilot proved. Homeowners don’t want to waste their precious time scouring the internet for a professional. We remove that hassle by providing a one stop solution for finding, booking, and paying a window cleaner in their area. It’s an essential tool for professional window cleaners in the digital era too, giving them a new way to reach potential customers.”

By 2019, it’s envisioned that Osha Clean will encompass additional household chores, including gutter and wheelie bin cleaning, developing further revenue streams to benefit investors and users. The brand also has an exit strategy with four years, giving investors peace of mind.

Mark Stevenson, Co-Founder and CEO of Osha Clean, commented, “We’ve really focused on developing a business model that not only benefits the brand and its customers but the investors that are involved at every stage too. We’re confident that we can hit all our targets and become a multi-million pound business relatively quickly thanks to our strategy.”

The Crowdcube opportunity will run until 9th February 2018 and is part of the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), providing investors with an additional incentive in the form of tax relief. In return for the £50,000 investment sought, Osha Clean is offering a 15% equity stake.

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