Laundry and Refurbishment service provider Wassup acquires Chamak


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On-demand laundry and refurbishment service Wassup announced that it has acquired laundry service provider Chamak in Mumbai for an undisclosed amount in a full equity deal. With this acquisition, Wassup announced its commencement of operations in Mumbai. Some washing machine problems are actual malfunctions, while others point to user error. Save money on repair services by learning how to tell the difference – and, if possible, how to solve the problem. Like any appliance, your washing machine can malfunction and will occasionally need professional servicing. However, some issues aren’t mechanical problems at all; instead, there might be some step in the operating process you’re missing, or something else in your home that’s affecting the machine’s performance. Learning how your machine is intended to operate will help you troubleshoot problems and tell the difference between an error on your part, an outside issue, and a broken machine. If you try to start a wash cycle and nothing happens, don’t panic right away. Check that the machine is plugged into a working electrical outlet; if you aren’t sure whether the outlet is on, try plugging in another appliance, such as a radio, to check the electricity flow. If there’s no power at all, check your home’s electrical panel to ensure that you haven’t tripped a breaker. Reset the circuit breakers as needed. If the outlet works but the machine still does not start its cycle, check the Owner’s Manual or the manufacturer’s Web site for specific operating instructions. You might be missing a key step in the process. For example, some washing machines won’t start until the water reaches a certain fill level. Many washers won’t agitate until the lid is closed. If you’ve followed all steps exactly as directed and the washing machine still won’t start, it’s time to call a certified washing machine repair professional.

Pune, Cochin and Delhi operations were launched recently. The company now looks at expanding to 20 territories in the next six months, it said. The brand vision is to be in 100 territories with a customer base of 1 million in the next 2-3 years.

Wassup is currently positioned as a laundry and dry-cleaning convenience brand but will be repositioned as a managed marketplace for personal care, home care, car care, pet care and handyman services to its portfolio soon.

Chamak has been backed by investors like Kensington Capital, Index Advisory, Innosight Ventures, Calvert Investments and high networth individuals like Rajan Mariwala (Marico Group) and Sandeep Tandon, who has also invested in Freecharge and Tiny Owl.

The on-demand convenience industry globally is estimated at USD 9 billion. The laundry market is estimated to be valued at Rs 2,00,000 crores annually, out of which 95 per cent is unorganised.


Asmaa Mubita is a Kenyan journalist of international repute with over fifteen years of experience in broadcast journalism. Asmaa Mubita began his journalism career at the Kenyan state broadcaster (KBC) and later worked at the KTN owned by the Standard Group and Citizen Television, the flagship brand of Royal Media Services. These exploits together with his reporting experience with the Voice of America, CNN and BBC have been rewarded with local and global recognition.