city ​​company. a still-profitable Urban company will need shareholders to fund its growth. That’s why.

From left: Varun Khaitan, Abiraj Singh Bal and Raghav Chandra, co-founders of UrbanCompany


Figures from the last five years provide key insights into the growth journey of the home services market. Beyond sales growth, the focus is on how it handled cash flow and cash burn. But the immediate question. what will it take to go into the funding winter and look at steady cash flow and growth?

Be it pre-holiday house cleaning, pest control, a plumber to fix a leaky faucet or a beautician for a facial, many urban Indians today call Urban Company (UC). Created to build a market. For unorganized home services businesses, Urban Company chose to solve a difficult problem: to provide a stronger value proposition where the value promised is as close as the value delivered. The earliest solutions are reliable

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