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How on demand services are making our lives easier

On demand services are the latest trend to hit the market with mobile apps in the space of a few years. With the advent of these new and exciting Uber business model apps, consumers can essentially get anything run, completed, delivered, taken or sent with the click of a button. This is especially useful for those of us who work 9-5 jobs or live in densely populated cities; where running errands after work can become a task when we’re tired and stuck in traffic. We’ve compiled a list of some the latest and greatest on demand apps and how they’re making our lives a lot less stressful.

1. Laundry Run

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LaundryRun launched its on demand services in Melbourne aiming to raise millions in funding like similar on demand startups have. The business partners its service with dry cleaners to pick up or drop off people’s laundry at no extra fee. The service currently runs online with a view to launching an app soon. Their service is aimed at busy mums and dads who have little time to do the washing. This is due to the struggle in managing their working lives and picking up children. Pick ups & deliveries happen on Monday and Wednesday from 6-10pm. This startup promises to make the laundry chore a thing of the past.

2. TidyMe

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TidyMe is another fresh entrant into the on demand services industry raising over $750,000 in venture capital. The Sydney service, links customers with cleaners. This app is purely for customers who are searching to find local cleaners. Within a year their team has managed to build up its network of local cleaners and developed its client base to more 200 homes to date, pretty impressive!

3. LiquorRun

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Launched by former AFL player Joel MacDonald. LiquorRun is taking advantage of the Sydney food & beverage delivery market with its on demand services app. The app nitially launched in Melbourne, has now rolled in Sydney with its business model largely built on beer and getting that beer to the consumer as quickly as possible. Whilst being a predominantly beer-centric service, it has since expanded to include: cigarettes, wine & fast food.

What’s clear is that the on demand services industry is taking off in Australia. Many savvy entrepreneurs taking advantage of the Aussie laid back and somewhat lazy culture to bring us things we don’t have time or just can’t be bothered to get. LUXit will be joining the on demand services industry soon via our website booking system and through the app by January next year. To register your interest as a technician click here.

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