SoRepairIt is a premium service-based company that specialises in repairs, errands and employment outsourcing. The platform, which was launched on 22nd August 2014, targets homeowners seeking budget-friendly solutions to the challenge(s) of finding local skilled repairers.
Beyond repairs, services offered also include installation and maintenance of anything; from mobile phones repairs to furniture, including home appliances and electronics.
According to Joseph Okechukwu Nwudu (group CEO), “since January 2016, we have successfully handled over 2,100 repairs for repeat and new customers, earning an average of 4.7 stars on each job.” “We also repair Japanese, German, Korean and American cars on demand anywhere in Lagos,” he adds.
While the short-term focus remains to target and satisfy a small customer base, the overall vision is to be Nigeria’s Premier Appliance repair service provider; by providing on-demand re-engineering and repairs of a varied number of appliances from Kitchen to Garage.
There are a number of ventures vying for the same market as SoRepairIt but one thing that will count in favour of this company is the experience gathered from long years of playing in this space. With over 2 years of operational experience coupled with a chain of networks that span 7 states (Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt and expanding to Owerri, Enugu and Asaba) across Nigeria, SoRepairit will be looking to scale more grounds.
To find out how to get connected with SoRepairIt, you can visit their website.
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