The concept of On Demand is up for grabs for anyone and everyone, be it an entrepreneur or an established business. But, because of its highly customizable properties, it is important to know which course one should take before jumping into the market. For this, familiarizing oneself with all the On Demand business models crucial. Juggernaut has launched a series on the Business Model of On-Demand Ideas. Check out this space for more information.
Today Luxe, an on-demand parking service, said it has closed a $20 million series A round of financing. It also announced it will expand into Boston, Chicago, and Seattle by the end of April. Luxe, which until now has been available only in San Francisco and Los Angeles and only on iOS, is also releasing an Android app.
Laundrapp aims to be the Uber of laundry. Uber knows that you tend to drive your own car most of the time, but that there are occasions when you’re too drunk or it’s inconvenient or you just can’t be bothered, so you whip your phone out and get someone else to do it for you. That, but with laundry. Sounds tempting.
TaskRabbit was among the first companies to encourage consumers to share goods and services. Now, more companies like Airbnb are contributing to this “sharing economy.” TaskRabbit CEO Leah Busque talks about what the future holds.
On-Demand Meal Delivery startup, SpoonRocket, is offering what we all need- tasty and healthy meal delivered at the speed of light. In conversation with Anson Tsui and Steven Hsiao, founders of SpoonRocket.