ServisHero, the Malaysian-based local services App in Southeast Asia, launches in third South East Asian country, Thailand, after completing a USD $2.7 million Pre-A round led by Golden Gate Ventures

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21st March 2016 – ServisHero, the online marketplace that connects users with service providers, has officially launched in Thailand. Described as the “GrabTaxi” or “Uber” for the local services industry, ServisHero simplifies the way customers find and hire service providers for their home and office needs. It offers a tailored marketplace that pairs customized jobs with the most relevant service providers. Launched in June 2015 in Malaysia, ServisHero has since received over 50,000 downloads and the business has experienced double digit percentage transaction growth every month. Today thousands of local service providers in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand use ServisHero App to source new customers, uplifting their income levels whilst showcasing their credentials and reviews to consumers.

The launch in Thailand is in line with the company announcing the completion of a USD $2.7 million Pre-A round, led by Golden Gate Ventures, with participation by Cradle Seed Ventures (a Venture Capital fund related to the Malaysian Government). The…

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