CleanseCar, a Bangalore-based daily car cleaning and repair service startup announced raising funds from Dhianu Das, who is an angel investor and mentor for startups like Cleardekho, GoMechanic, swaytech, Nodd App. CleanseCar is an end to end car solutions provider that aims to simplify car washing for millions of car owners across the country using environmentally conscious processes.
They are looking at using this fund to primarily expand their current operations and invest further in research/development to create qualitative, environmentally friendly options to car owners across the country. They are currently present in Bangalore and are soon expanding to Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad followed by other cities in the coming months.
Kalyandar Vinukonda, Co-Founder, CleanseCar said, “India is one of the largest automobile markets in the world, yet there is a huge gap in supplementary markets such as car cleaning. Our aim is to bridge this gap using innovation & environmentally conscious processes at an affordable price. We also aim to mobilize the workforce by creating employment opportunities for 1,00,000+ youth working in the sector. We are excited to partner with Mr. Das who brings with him a keen operational insight of the market to accelerate our scale.”
Dhianu Das, Angel investor was quoted saying “India is a multi-billion dollar automobile market, while there this industry has seen multiple levels of innovation, it’s supplementary services market has remained almost plateaued. I see CleanseCar as a prime example of changing that trend, bringing innovation , affordability & consumer insights at the forefront this vast, untapped market. The company has fantastic leadership & I`m excited to partner with them to disrupt this market.”
Founded by Kalyandar Vinukonda and Pratibha Shalini, CleanseCar has over 3000 customers and has saved over 30 million litres of water in last 6 months. They have been operational since March 2018 and are growing at 100% month-on-month. They are currently serving 20 Apartment complexes of which 3 are large societies where there are more than 45,000 cars.