Hitting this milepost and announcing over $10 million in jobs provided to our contractor network is truly an honor. We are working hard to make home and yard maintenance as affordable and convenient as possible for our customers and are happy to see the positive response.

It seems like it was only earlier this year that I interviewed TaskEasy CEO Ken Davis about his up-and-coming startup TaskEasy, a potent combination of technology, yard care, and snow removal that garnered $7 million in funding at the end of 2014.

Well, that’s obviously because it was earlier this year (April to be exact), but that doesn’t mean fresh news isn’t coming down the chute: TaskEasy recently announced that more than $10 million of services have been ordered and delivered through their online platform. As my grandpa used to say, the tasks just keep getting easier.

“Part of our mission is to build strong communities and to fuel our local economies,” Davis said in a statement. “Hitting this milepost and announcing over $10 million in jobs provided to our contractor network is truly an honor. We are working hard to make home and yard maintenance as affordable and convenient as possible for our customers and are happy to see the positive response.”

I’m not going to delve too deeply into TaskEasy’s platform, mainly because I ALREADY DID THAT EARLIER THIS YEAR. I would like to touch on the reach of TaskEasy’s platform, however, stretching across 4,400 cities in all 50 states, generating the aforementioned $10 million through 300,000+ tasks and a network of over 5,000 contractors. If that’s too many numbers for you, let me spell it out in words — TaskEasy is doing well for itself.

Published 12/30/2015