The UK proptech startup Just Move In has been injected with €1.7 million in seed funding from a group of angel investors including founders of Octopus Investments, Simon Rogerson and Chris Hulatt. The startup offers concierge service for persons moving homes.
Just Move In – offers hassle-free movement to new homes
The Bournemouth-based startup facilitates customers not just with logistics but also with allied services one might require after entering a new home. For example, the proptech takes care of all the affairs like updating the new address in councils and Government records, switching connections (electricity, broadband, DTH, telephone), plumbing and insurance.
Co-founder Ross Nichols stated, “Our team genuinely enjoys helping people during this busy period – saving them time, hassle and money in the process. We were always hearing people complaining about the stresses and strains of moving house. So, we created Just Move In, a concierge service to handle all the tedious administration that comes with moving house.”
In addition, the startup provides assistance for the availability of multiple services including cleaners, housekeeping, cook, tutor, fitness trainer and many more.
A lifetime commitment
Just Move In charges a one-time £290 fee from its customers and promises lifelong support for future movements of homes in the territory of the United Kingdom. The startup is adopting automation for offering enhanced customer experience.
Certified B Corporation
Just Move In has partnered with green-energy technology providers like Octopus and Ecotricity. Maintaining an ethical business with a social, legal and environmental responsibility, the startup has won the B Corp status.
Just Move In co-founder Tom Old emphasised, “We believe in the three P’s principles – people, planet and prosperity. We are proud to be part of the growing community of B Corps across the world, which are proving that for-profit companies can be a force for good and that business leaders can work together to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.”
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