The tech startup democratises the maintenance marketplace by providing users the chance to connect with vetted skilled workers.
Saudi Arabian app Munjz, an online directory for maintenance services, has secured its pre-Series A investment. The undisclosed investment was led by Saudi VC Vision Ventures, in participation from Seedstars and Al Khathlan Holding Company.
Founded in 2017 by Abdullah Al Daij, Munjz provides a seamless way for users to connect to licensed and vetted maintenance handy workers and laborers skilled in various fields such as air conditioning installation and repair, cleaning, electrical work, CCTV application and plumbing among others.
The app caters to a gap, as the quality of maintenance services in the Kingdom is known to vary wildly. Munjz also democratises pay rates and provides transparency in a market that often involves unreliable pricing and varying standards of work.
The investment raised will be used to broaden their service offerings to include other in-demand services, expand their reach to other areas and develop their current team.
The startup is also a graduate from the Badir Program for Technology Incubators and Accelerators, a Saudi incubator that calls for both local and regional startups to induct them into and help them operate within the Saudi marketplace.
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