Chicago Startup ChoreRelief on a Mission to Create Jobs

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Chicago-based Startup ChoreRelief has just launched their marketplace that connects people that do not have the time or desire to do chores and other small household projects with people in their area willing to do them. The company has an open call in Chicago and suburbs for new providers that want to earn money by shoveling snow, doing landscaping, cleaning houses, moving and doing minor home repair projects.

As Election Day nears creating jobs is a topic that both candidates are talking about. ChoreRelief, a Chicago-based Startup is actually doing something about it. “Creating jobs is core to our mission and drives us every single day. Anyone with a car, a phone and some basic tools can earn money as a ChoreRelief provider as long as they pass a background check,” said Tarik Khribech, CEO of ChoreRelief. “Through our iPhone application we connect people that do not have the time or desire to do chores and small household projects with people in their area willing to do them,” said Khribech.

Creating jobs in Illinois and then the world

ChoreRelief just launched in October and is asking anyone that wants to earn money to sign up as a provider. Right now the company is looking for people willing to shovel snow, do landscaping, house cleaning, moving and minor home repairs. ChoreRelief Providers can earn money in their spare time or can build a small business doing chores. “Our business model is similar to “Uber” where people can work as much or as little as they want. A ChoreRelief provider can turn on our app when they have spare time or can keep it on all day and earn money,” said Khribech.

ChoreRelief launched the service in the Chicago area but have plans to expand the service across the United States and eventually other parts of the globe. “We believe our business model can work anywhere. There will always be people that do not have time to finish their “to do” list and there will always be people wanting to earn extra money. We want to be the world’s largest marketplace for Chores and small projects,” said Khribech.

Signing up is easy

People that are interested in signing up simply go to the ChoreRelief website, select the area where they want to provide service, choose the services they want to perform and then add their direct deposit details and that’s it. “Signing up usually takes about 5 minutes. You can do it on your phone or directly from our website,” said Khribech.

The company is asking anyone that would like to sign up to become a ChoreRelief provider to visit: http://www.chorerelief.com/provider

About ChoreRelief
ChoreRelief is a technology company that connects people that need chores or other small projects done with individuals and businesses in their area. Through the iPhone app the customer selects their chore, sets their price and can get someone to their home in 30 minutes’ or less or at a specified time. ChoreRelief is currently only available in select Chicago suburbs but will be rapidly expanding throughout the Chicago area. To learn more about ChoreRelief, visit Chorerelief.com.

ChoreRelief
222 W merchandise Mart Plaza, suite 1212
Chicago IL, 60654

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