MUMBAI: Home services provider OkSir is in talks with institutional investors to raise series A funding of about $20 million or Rs 134 crore, said two persons familiar with the development. The funds will be utilised for the daily needs and emergency services-based application’s expansion plan, said Arun Kapur, founder…
Arun Kapur, a technocrat and the founder of the highly successful e-commerce site gadgetsguru.com, talks about his latest e-offering ‘OkSir’. OkSir is an app that aggregates and makes available over 300 daily need and emergency service providers like key makers, plumbers, peons, tutors, nurses to helicopter joyrides on a single…
Launched this August, OkSir is the fastest growing service app that makes unorganized labour force like key makers to specialists like lawyers and doctors under one roof giving users their access 24×7. After overwhelming response in Pune, OkSir is all set to launch in Mumbai with a channel of more than…
This month, an application called OkSir launched in India, allowing users to hire workers offering various services — the latest in a series of websites and apps in India that are trying to bring some structure and capitalise on the large unorganised segment of the country’s labour market. Arun Kapur,…