The winner in the cleaner-marketplace race will be the startup that leverages data most effectively

- June 9, 2015 3 MIN READ

Although $750,000 in seed funding for a startup may seem like a lot of money to assist in accelerating growth, the market that TidyMe plays in is becoming increasingly crowded. In addition to Rocket Internet backed cleaner-marketplace Helpling, it is also competing to a certain degree with platforms like OneFlare and Service Seeking that also allow users to connect with cleaners, even Fairfax via its Babysitters and More marketplace are dabbling in a similar space connecting its 250,000 + parents on its platform with house cleaners now.