A Silicon Valley startup called Magic, which promises to deliver anything a customer wants anywhere in the U.S. (as long as it’s legal, physically possible and not too “unusual”), has already logged 17,000 requests in its first 48 hours of operation, TechCrunch reported on Monday (Feb. 23).
NoBroker, a peer-to-peer property listings startup that wants to rid brokers from the rental process in India, has closed a $3 million Series A round to expand its service to more cities beyond Bombay and Bangalore.
A recently launched mobile application called Roadie, which connects those who need to ship something quickly with drivers who are already going in that same direction and are willing to haul the cargo for a small fee, has today partnered with Waffle House restaurants.
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The company, which pitches itself as the ‘Uber for laundry‘, sees its official launch today, and has raised $265,000 to fund a further UK roll out beyond Central London, as well as native apps for iOS and Android “in the coming weeks”. As it stands, Lavanda is only accessible via its mobile optimised website.
In conversation with Cyrus Summerlin, co-founder of Push for Pizza, one on-demand startup, which is all about simplifying the meal delivery experience. It’s elementary way of ordering a pizza in only couple of steps is commendable. Started by 5 genius teenagers, this iOS app is definitely available on everyone’s iPhone who is running away from mind-boggling options.