GetMyPeon rebranded as Russsh, launches an Android and iOS app

GetMyPeon, a start-up that runs errands for clients, has changed its name to Russsh. The self-funded start-up founded in 2012, was launched as a pickup and drop service for all kinds of products. It raised a seed of $250,000 last July. It has currently a user base of over 50,000 customers in Mumbai.

New logo

New logo

The scope of work has since expanded to handle all kinds of client requests and hence the name has been changed to Russsh, according to a company release.

The company has also launched an app that is available both on Android and iOS. With the app, one can get a variety of pickup and drop services on grocery, bakery, food, electronics, sensitive documents, parcels among others.

At the launch of the app, Bharat Ahirwar, Founder, said, the new app, makes booking of services extremely simple.” The app aids clients to book a service in under three minutes, get a confirmation in 20 minutes, track orders, create an address book, pay through online wallet and view history.

 


Updated Date: Apr 12, 2016 14:28 PM

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