Cleanify Latest Company-in-Residence to Join Invoke Labs in Vancouver

Cleanify is the newest company to join Invoke Labs.

The Canadian company, a service that helps people find and book the household and commercial cleaning services in four major cities, joins other startups-in-residence at the Vancouver-based organization, including myBestHelper and Pendo Rent.

Cleanify provides customers with a range of quotes for their specific cleaning requirements from local service providers that have been tested and rated by users. The company claims double digit monthly revenue growth. Invoke Labs will provide advisory and talent to help them continue their impressive growth trajectory including design, development and marketing.

“We are excited to be partnering with Invoke Labs, one of the cornerstones of the rapidly-growing Vancouver tech scene. Their expertise and outstanding talent will help us execute, and capitalize on the huge opportunity we have in front of us, ” said Justin Potter, Cleanify Founder and CEO.



Clients of Cleanify include Subway and Telus, though it focuses primarily on the residential market.

“Justin and the Cleanify team really impressed us with their focus and early traction, they are very well positioned within the growing cleaning services industry,” said David Tedman, Invoke Labs' CEO.

Unlike traditional cohort-based accelerators, Invoke Labs runs an ongoing intake process, allowing companies to join and graduate when it makes sense for them.

Invoke Labs
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Invoke Labs builds technology and digital media startups and partners with clients to bring innovative ideas to life. Our mission is to run a self-funding company that selects, incubates, and launches great digital media companies with teams equipped for succes, and participate in the value we create and share in the company's success. Invoke Labs was born out of Invoke, the award-winning... more

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