‘Uber for everyday services’ Zhappy launches on May 1, International Workers’ Day

One of the London’s most exciting new tech startups Zhappy launches on May 1, 2017, International Workers’ Day. The founder Alexander Eloy decided to launch the new app in London, reversing the ‘Brexit’ patterns of startups moving to the EU and Berlin.

Zhappy can best be described as a worker’s app, connecting people who needs tasks done, like cleaning, gardening or moving with workers who are able to do these tasks. The app is both empowering workers with income, and people with useful services. And the app is really easy to use.

Zhappers can help you with just about anything. Describe your task in a few phrases, set payment and post. After you’ve posted your task, trustworthy Zhappers will apply. Zhappers are all rated and reviewed after each task.

Get to know each Zhapper through detailed profiles and read qualified user reviews. The choice is yours. Upon task completion, you can pay your Zhapper securely with a few taps.

The app is available for both Android phones and iPhones. Alexander is hopeful the app will benefit users and improve their lives, even in a small way.

“I am super excited about the launch of Zhappy. It’s been a couple of years in the making and I have had to overcome a number of challenges in the process, but it is all well worth it seeing how people already react to the app we have created. I want it to become the success story across the board as I genuinely believe it will enable many to improve their standard of living and live a happier and more balanced life in today’s day and age where for many people every day feels like a struggle,” says Alexander Eloy.

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Company Name: Zhappy Ltd.
Contact Person: Samir Ceric
Email: Samir.ceric@zhappy.co.uk
Phone: 07912603378
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://zhappy.co.uk