Instant PickUp, a mobile-enabled app to provide premium, convenient and affordable on-demand laundry and dry cleaning services for users has officially launched in Nigeria. The event was held at the Landmark Centre, Oniru, Lagos on 20 July, 2017.
The application, which leverages on mobile-based technology, is promoted by entertainment entrepreneur, Ubi Franklin. It connects users to the best laundry facilities close to them, allowing them access premium services by placing orders, tracking their laundries, and enjoy quick deliveries to their doorsteps – all at affordable cost.
Speaking at the launch, Ubi Franklin, CEO, Instant PickUp said that the mobile app is totally positioned to take the stress of laundry off the users and make their lives easier.
“It is imperative to us as a company, which led to the design of the Instant PickUp app, that the needs of the users are completely satisfied. The application is built on providing the best laundry service with faster delivery at its most affordable and convenient means,” he said. “With this new app, we are taking the stress of doing laundry off the users, making sure that users can request anytime they want, select the laundry of their choice, and receive their items whenever and wherever they want.”
Guests in attendance were Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Gbengba Adeyinka the first, Tosin Martins, Noble Igwe, Ayo Makun and Timi Dakolo also treated the audience to his captivating soul music at the launch.
Brand ambassadors Ushbebe, Damilola Adegbite Attoh, Gbenro Ajibade, Annie Idibia, The Senator, Mr. Jollof, Selebobo, Tboss were also unveiled at the launch event.
Instant PickUp is enabled for laundry schedules as users can select dates to pick up items, monitor activities on their orders, and receive them within 24 hours. Users can also access special discounts and make payments through the app mobile wallet.
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