TaskEasy Stock

taskeasy.comConsumer & Lifestyle / E-commerceFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $50.12MM

TaskEasy is the developer of a platform connecting homeowners, renters, and businesses to local landscaping entrepreneurs with robust software and innovative technology, incorporating a patent-pending formula that establishes fair market pricing for yard care services in statistical metropolitan areas in all 50 U.S. states.

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Management Team

Jeff Davis
Chief Financial Officer
Karl Sowa
Chief Operating Officer & Chief Marketing Officer
Kenneth Davis
Co-Founder, President, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member

Board Members

Fraser Smith
Andrew Dye
Kenneth Davis
Michael Beaudoin
Kirk Holland
Access Venture Partners
Lawson DeVries
Grotech Ventures

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Lawn care scheduling firm picks downtown Salt Lake City for new home

A lawn-care company that received an $807,000 state tax incentive to expand its operations in Utah is moving its local headquarters from Millcreek to Salt Lake City.

TaskEasy picks up $22 mln Series C - PE Hub

Salt Lake City-based TaskEasy, a provider of lawn maintenance services, has secured $22 million in Series C funding. River Cities Capital led the round with participation from Camber Creek, Moderne Ventures, Grotech Ventures, Access Venture Partners and Delta Electronics Capital.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024


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