Set for public launch in July 2022, Just Fix promises to deliver trusted trades in real-time. It connects customers with pre-vetted tradespeople to provide the fastest and most trusted solutions to urgent home maintenance needs.
This month, Just Fix has underpinned its determination to democratise initial investment opportunities, with early-stage advocates of the service investing in first-round funding through an equity crowdfunding platform, Seedrs. Just Fix smashed out the funding target within 24 hours of launching Seedrs and is looking to drive further interest in the overfunding.
CEO and founder Adam says Just Fix has demonstrated strong early traction with its revenue-generating proof of concept and the pre-registration of more than 500 Fixers and 3,200 customers so far.
Furthermore, Just Fix’s ongoing first-round funding has blitzed through its initial £200,000 target – and it’s all systems go prior to full launch. “We have a working app currently in beta testing, and will launch to the public once we have closed this initial funding round,” says Adam.
Once launched, Adam envisages high levels of reassurance and transparency for customers and tradespeople, thanks to Just Fix’s fast, stress-free user experience. He explains: “We believe current aggregator solutions are slow, opaque and frustrating for customers and suppliers alike”.
“Just Fix aims to disrupt this market and provide an intuitive and super-fast way of connecting customers to local, self-employed tradespeople in their immediate vicinity. “With Just Fix, finding a locksmith will be as easy as booking a taxi or a take-away.”
Adam has previously built a number of successful companies in the technology and marketing sectors. He developed the Just Fix idea after a frustrating experience trying to find a quick remedy to his own property maintenance emergency.