Service Uncle, the first online portal to exclusively cater services has commenced its India operations. The Australian portal, which is a unique combination of B2B and B2C portal, provides information on a wide range of services and service providers in any city, across the globe. The services are categorized meticulously and that makes it easy to identify the service provider you are looking for.
There are many different ways by which information can be obtained on various services and service providers. You can search for it category-wise, service provider-wise or area-wise. There are added features like ‘Get Information on Email’ and ‘Get Information on SMS’, which makes Service Uncle the easiest online search assistance for services. Service Uncle also has help desk representatives who provide information on services over the phone.
Speaking about the start of the India operations Rajesh Nagpal, Managing Director, Service Uncle, Australia said, “Over the years, India has emerged as a significant market, that too quite rapidly. With the availability of various products and changing life style, consumers are looking for a resource, from where they can avail service related information at click of a button or just by dialing one number. In view of extending our offering to the Indian consumers and to make their life easier, we have decided to venture into the Indian geography.” He further added, “Today, the availability of service related information in India is highly disorganized. I am sure people would find lot of value in our platform.”
Currently, the company is inviting free listings from service providers across the country. One can simply log on to www.serviceuncle.com.au and apply for free listing by filling a simple form. One can register under various services categories like courier services, legal services, catering services, pet care services, real estate services, consultancy, etc. Apart from free listing, service providers can also advertise on Service Uncle through options like banner ads, display ads, etc.
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