Consumer Services Company

OneNeighbor

64%

Funding Goal $1,230,926
Funding Raised So Far $787,135
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $443,791
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview


OneNeighbor is a marketplace for outdoor home services such as lawn mowing and fertilization that saves homeowners money through neighborhood group purchasing.

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Business Summary


Company Age 3 years, 3 months
Employees 6
Sub-Industry Other Consumer Services
Prior Year Revenue
Current Year Revenue
Next Year Revenue

Products/Services


OneNeighbor Platform

OneNeighbor offers a marketplace for outfoor home services, including lawn mowing, fertilization, pool cleaning, bush trimming, weed pulling, mosquito control, grub control, fire ant control, and pet waste removal, among other services.

We offer a web-based application as well as iOS and Android apps which allow homeowners to easily find, manage, and pay for home services provided by independent service providers.

Providers offer below-market rates in exchange for dense routes and lower administration costs.

Management


Matt Clark
President Executive Officer
Matt Clark

Matt Clark, CEO of OneNeighbor, is a 20+ year startup veteran with 15+ patents to his name. Most recently he was a co-founder, CTO, and CFO at Valify, which exited successfully in 2019. Matt contributes heavily to the development of the product.

Jeff Gibson
Managing/Manager Technology Officer
Jeff Gibson

Twenty year software startup leader. Patented inventor. Worked with Matt at Voyence through EMC acquisition. Chief Data Scientist at eWeatherRisk.

Daniel MacKinnon
Managing/Manager Marketing
Daniel MacKinnon

Dynamic sales and marketing leader and top revenue producer, previously with Valify and MultiView where he was in the Presidents Club, and was the top producing sales leader out of a team of 500 for 4 straight years.

Investors/Lenders


Venture Capital Fund
Mucker Capital

Mucker Capital

We believe great companies can be built anywhere. While we are headquartered in Los Angeles, where there is a large and growing startup ecosystem, we also have offices in Austin and Nashville, investing across the United States, Canada, and Mexico in similar markets that are underfunded relative to Silicon Valley.

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Investment Round
Investment Date

64%

Funding Goal $1,230,926
Funding Raised So Far $787,135
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $443,791
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Documents


Contact


OneNeighbor

McKinney, TX 75071, US

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