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Home services industry gets NexDo'd

Henry Burrell
Fri, 12 Mar 2021

Henry Burrell
Fri, 12 Mar 2021
A local startup has taken inspiration from the popular rideshare company Uber's business model to try and simplify finding and booking home-based services.NexDo is now live in Auckland and currently has 50 contractors working across cleaning, beauty, pet sitting, car washing, and lawn mowing. The web and app platform operates a fixed price system for services, meaning you might not get charged more for having a larger home to clean. It's described as "very unique" by founder and managing director Sakshin Niranjan.&nb...

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