Service Commerce Startup, SayFix Raises Rs 1.1 Crore In Angel Funding

The round was led by YajnanarayanaKammaje, Chairman and MD of Sona Group. The funds will be used to develop and enhance the technology infrastructure and marketing activities. The company aims to serve 1,00,000 customers across 5 metro cities within a year. Launched in 2015, it claims to have 12,000+ customers.

Company Name : SayFix
Funding Amount : Rs.1.1 Crore
Investor(s) YajnanarayanaKammaje, StartupXseed Ventures

Funding Round : Angel round


Bangalore based startup SayFix, a service-commerce organisation in the home services segment has raised Rs.1.1 Crore in an angel round led by a group of serial investors and entrepreneurs.

The round was led by YajnanarayanaKammaje, Chairman and Managing Director of Sona Group.

The funds raised will be used to develop and enhance the technology infrastructure and marketing activities. The company aims to serve 1,00,000 customers across 5 metro cities within a year.

Launched in June 2015, SayFix claims to have 12,000+ customers with penetration in 1,000+ apartment complexes in Bengaluru alone.

Nabin Roy -Founder and CEO of SayFix, “This is an important milestone for SayFix in its endeavour to become India’s largest Service Commerce Company by 2020 generating $1 Billion in Gross Transaction Value (GTV) and serving 1 million customers.”

“After the acceptance of E-Commerce in the country, Indian consumers now want similar experiences while ordering services online and look towards a company like SayFix to take care of its end-to-end customer experience. We at SayFix aim to bring structure to this unorganized market by leveraging technology platforms and processes; and providing world class service experience to Indian consumers,” adds Nabin Roy.

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