Webel is a Madrid-based startup that operates an on-demand home services marketplace. Webel’s mission is to provide a platform where clients can search, book, compare, pay, and review home services such as cleaning, nannies, and tutors. In this blog post, we will delve into the story of Webel, its unique business model, and its funding rounds. We will also explore how the company has disrupted the traditional home services industry and what the future holds for this innovative startup.
Webel was founded in 2018 by Carlos Estévez Rincón, Guillermo Mateo, and Nacho Tejero Mancho. Their mission is to provide a platform where clients can search, book, compare, pay, and review home services such as cleaning, nannies, and tutors. The company has created a unique and revolutionary business model that outperforms the market by analyzing the current methods for hiring these services and the competitive outlook.
Webel’s journey began in 2018 when the founders identified a gap in the home services market. They realized that the traditional methods of hiring home services were outdated and inefficient. The founders decided to create a platform that would make it easier for clients to find and book home services while also providing a reliable and trustworthy service. Webel’s platform has been designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate, making it accessible to everyone.
Webel’s unique business model has helped the company to outperform the market. The company’s platform has made it easier for clients to find and book home services while also providing a reliable and trustworthy service. Webel’s platform has also helped service providers to grow their businesses by providing them with a steady stream of clients. The company’s success has been recognized by investors.
Trind first invested in Webel in their pre-seed round in January 2023. The development of the company had been rapid, and the next round followed soon after. Webel’s most recent funding round was a seed round of €2.1 million in October led by us and joined by Decelera and four other investors. The funding will be used to expand Webel’s services marketplace, which is currently delivering over 100,000 services a year in Madrid, Barcelona, and Zaragoza.