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How to build an on-demand Uber for handyman app?


The on-demand business is one of the booming and profitable business ideas for an entrepreneur. The Uber for handyman app also comes under the radar of on-demand services like Uber, Netflix, etc.

Do you know that the Urban company is started by three young men with an idea of solving the day to day problem?. According to Fortune India, they have already raised about $110 million from investors and valued around $480 million.

“Paying attention to simple little things that most men neglect makes a few rich men” – Henry Ford.

If you are striving to start your own business, then on-demand handyman business might be a better option to go with.

According to a report from businesswire.com, the on-demand home services market is expected to grow USD 869.95, at a CAGR of 52% from 2018 to 2022. Exciting right?

Hence now is the best time to start an on-demand home service business [I mean yeah handyman services].

So how can you start with? The on-demand handyman service needs the best website to go online and professionals to back your business.

There are a lot of professionals out there who are not able to find their potential customers. If you can build an Uber for handyman app/website that can connect the professionals with potential customers, then it’ll be a huge success.

Development of On-demand Uber for Handyman App


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Bruceoxenford 8 july 2020, 9:39
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