The home service sector is undergoing a shift as businesses increasingly seek on-demand vendors.
ZipLabor, a new startup, aims to establish an online solution for a wide range of enterprises to enable them to reach more clients locally and at scale.
Because of the site’s architecture, listings can be created with a few mouse clicks, allowing businesses ranging from plumbing firms to cleaners to advertise their services.
The startup’s one-of-a-kind geolocation technology also intends to give consumers instant access to local services based on where they log in.
Home service providers frequently struggle to get the word across in their local region, something ZipLabor hopes to address with its listings. The company, which is now in the Angel fundraising stage, has developed an interface that will also provide listings to mobile users, allowing them to instantly browse nearby suppliers in just seconds.
The use of smartphones is contributing greatly to the expansion of the home services industry. Smartphone technology is evolving to the point where it is impacting marketing strategies, business operations and the way consumers live their daily lives. The rise in smartphone usage has been accompanied by an increase in internet usage, which has contributed to the growth of the market.
Along with a significant rise in technological innovation and ideas, there has been an increasing demand for the home services industry in the United States.
With its connecting options allowing tradespeople and homeowners to interact, the platform is establishing a deeper relationship, offering greater transparency for consumers searching for certain professionals.
American households now have greater purchasing power and financial backing to undertake vital renovations to their homes and businesses thanks to economic stimulus measures and improving economic sentiment.
ZipLabor, one of a handful of creative businesses, is presently growing its offer to reach homeowners and experienced workers everywhere with additional possibilities being added to its offering in the coming months.
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Source: Los Angeles Issue