Cleanser, a startup in the automobile services area, has raised $2 million. Currently running in Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, and Gurgaon, with 20,000-plus monthly subscribers, the startup appears to amplify its commercial enterprise in these towns.
The buyers who participated in the spherical have been Haldiram’s Family Office (Vivek Ventures Investments Pvt Ltd), Dr. Apoorv Ranjan Sharma (Founder, Venture Catalysts), Dhianu Das (Alfa Ventures), Karan Kumar (Founder, Amalthea Capital), Rahul Bothra (CFO, Swiggy), Mitesh Shah (Co-founder, IP Ventures), Lalit Agarwal (Head of Venture Capital at a Sovereign Wealth Fund), Bobby Reddy (Indus Ventures), Sagar Agarwal (ex-MD, Evolvence India Fund), and Nandi Vardhan Mehta (Head of Finance, KAAF Family Investments Office).
Founded in January 2018 via Kalyandhar Vinukonda and Pratibha Shalini, CleanseCar gives day-by-day automobile wash, on-demand bike service, and roadside assistance for motors.
Speaking on the funding received, Kalyandhar said,
The $100 billion automobile carrier enterprise is untapped as it has now not turned virtual. Consequently, a cleanser is going after this possibility using going virtual and finding clients who aren’t cozy with drawing near traditional, non-transparent provider companies.
By leveraging statistics, CleanseCar changed into capable of starting its bike-wash commercial enterprise with its on-call for the carrier, having visible 500-plus clients to date. Currently, CleanseCar is adding a new client every nine mins for its car-wash provider.
Real-time car wash fame, one-click renewal, and easy online charge and rescheduling procedures are some of the CleanseCar app features that make it popular among its purchaser base.
The cleanser is targetting washing one lakh vehicles each day and imparting 25,000 on-demand motorbike services every month in all of the Indian metros.