SoManyErrands.com, one of the fastest growing start-ups in today’s “gig” economy, recently surpassed 1 million users. The growing website connects people seeking short-term employment and others who are seeking help with household errands such groceries, cleaning or lawn mowing.
Signing up for an account at SoManyErrands.com is free and it also enters users into a monthly drawing where 50 lucky winners win a t-shirt or a cap.
Participation in the gig economy is constantly growing. Today, websites like Upwork or Fiverr are used to hire people from anywhere in the world for short-term employment and ride-sharing apps like Uber can be used to hire a local driver for a ride. Similarly, SoManyErrands.com can be used to hire someone located close-by to run errands.
Despite rising incomes, more and more people find themselves pressed for time. Paying someone on SoManyErrands.com to run your household errands frees up more of your time and significantly reduces stress. It also provides a short-term employment opportunity for others.
The website is simple and easy to use. Users looking for help around the house, can submit an errand listing and wait for applicants nearby who will run those errands. Users looking to make some extra cash in their free time, can search for errands nearby and apply to run them.
Founded by a Canadian Internet Entrepreneur, Utsav Sarkar, SoManyErrands.com has gained large amount of users in a short span of time. People from all over the world including USA, CANADA, UK, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand use the site.
Edited by G. Davila