Lending a Helpling Hand
Helpling sponsors 25th Clean Up Australia Day
02 MARCH 2015
Monday, 2 March, 2015 - Helpling.com.au, the global platform for booking home cleaning services, yesterday volunteered at the 25th Clean Up Australia Day.
As official sponsors at the main site in Kings Cross, the local team led the charge cleaning up Rushcutters Bay.
Celebrating the country’s biggest community participation event where Aussies are encouraged to get stuck in and clean up their local area, Bevan Nel, Managing Director of Helpling Australia commented: “Clean Up Australia Day was a great initiative for our local team to get involved with, providing an opportunity to roll up our sleeves and help to keep Australia beautiful.”
The Clean Up Australia Day Rubbish Report estimated that in NSW alone more than 5,638 tons of rubbish would be collected.
How Helping.com.au works
Customers can log onto helpling.com.au and make their bookings. Enter a location, make an appointment and pay securely online. The service starts at a transparent hourly rate of $27. Using sophisticated algorithms, Helpling matches customers with local cleaners in a blink. Customers are also able to re-book their favourite cleaners even faster with their preferences saved. After each clean, customers are asked to rate their cleaner on a variety of factors. This way, the company ensures it is continually focused on providing customers the highest possible quality.
Helpling was founded by Benedikt Franke and Philip Huffmann in January 2014. The company, backed by Rocket Internet, currently has more than 250 employees and offers its service in more than 200 cities globally. This makes Helpling the most widely available online marketplace for household services in the world. https://www.helpling.com.au/
Helpling is the leading online marketplace for home services outside the U.S. On the website or via app, customers can book a vetted and insured cleaner and gain back free time within a couple of clicks. For cleaners, the innovative online service makes it easier than ever to access new clients and to manage when and where they want to work.
Helpling was founded by Benedikt Franke, Philip Huffmann and Rocket Internet in January 2014. Since then the company has raised 56.5 million Euros from investors such as Mangrove Capital Partners, Phenomen Ventures, Point Nine Capital, Lukasz Gadowski, Lakestar and Kite Ventures.