Cleanify

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company

Cleanify is a San Francisco-based startup that operates an online marketplace for independent cleaning services.[1] Cleanify is backed by 500 Startups[2] and has raised $1.8M in seed funding.[3] Other investors include Great Oaks Venture Capital[4] and Kapor Capital.[5]

Cleanify was founded in 2012 by Amanda Potter, Justin Potter, and Luis Sanchez in Vancouver, BC.[6] The company is currently headquartered in San Francisco with a satellite office in Vancouver. It currently operates in Canada and United States.

In October 2015, Cleanify acquired the Canadian operations of Berlin-based Helpling for an undisclosed amount.[7][8][9]

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