Through Meirong Zongjian, users can request a beautician come straight to their home for a facial or massage. It raised US$15 million in series A funding.
Mocar sends out mechanics to do light repairs and thorough maintenance in three Chinese cities.
The lazy economy meets the sharing economy.
More money to help get stuff done.
The POS startup has munched up some cash.
Photos show Uber’s office in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou being raided by authorities last night.
On-demand startups are extremely hot in China right now. But does history show that a huge culling is about to happen?
Liu Jiangfeng’s startup is called Dmall, a hyperlocal shopping app connected with large supermarkets.
Available only in two cities right now, Diandao has just secured US$5 million in series A funding to assist with its growth.
More money for China's on-demand service startups.
Are taxi apps like Uber legal in China? Right now, authorities say no. But drivers are starting to bring their fight into China's court system.
India's on-demand grocery startup race continues to pick up speed.
China's most popular messaging app takes the stage for KTV.
Tokyo-based Origami has raised JPY 1.6 billion in series B funding, led by SoftBank Group, Credit Saison, and angel investor Makoto Takano.
The lightning-fast online retailer is betting on the on-demand economy.
Ever wanted to book a massage in your own home right on your smartphone. In China, there's an app for that. But this startup faces some serious potential growing pains.
College kids are lazy, and if they can order something remotely, they will. Zhai.me hopes to take advantage of that.