The Philippines-based home services e-commerce platform GoodWork has raised $1.6 million in seed funding led by California-based VC fund Chaac Ventures, according to an announcement.
The round also saw the participation of investors namely Elysium Venture Capital, Kairos K50, and angel investors from Facebook and Snapchat.
GoodWork founded in October 2018 by Andrew Koger who previously ran Lazada’s Fulfillment by Lazada operations across the Philippines, plans to use the funding to expand its operations across Southeast Asia.
The company offers services such as home cleaning, laundry delivery, air-conditioner cleaning, home repairs, and home wellness services like manicure & pedicure in Southeast Asia.
It claims to have handled over 10,000 jobs per month with 70 per cent of daily bookings from repeat customers in its first year.
“We are excited to lead GoodWork’s seed round, and we are looking forward to providing all of Southeast Asia with services that will improve people’s day-to-day lives,” said Luke Armour, Chaac Ventures founder and CEO.
Chaac Ventures is a seed venture capital fund focused primarily on Princeton alumni-founded technology business. The firm makes investments ranging between $100K and $1 million.