Following the success of taxi-hailing app Uber, online services that adopt on-demand model are quickly proliferating in various industries like home service, food delivery, laundry, or even manicure.

Beijing based startup Jdguanjia, an on-demand maintenance platform for consumer electronics, secured nearly 10 million yuan (US$ 1.6 million) of Pre-A financing from China Growth Capital. The previous 1.70 million angel round was received angel investors of Wang Lijie, founder of PreAngel, and Gu Hao, partner of Sinowisdom.

Founded in 2013, Jdguanjia, which means “home appliance butler” in Chinese, offers on-demand after-sales and recycling services to consumer electronics. With most of stuff in Beijing, Jdguanjia provides maintenance services to a variety of smartphone brands include Samsung, Nokia, Apple, Xiaomi, Huawei, ZTE, etc., as well as Apple tablets. According to the company, up to 80% of the user requests can be completed within 24 hours with an average service time of half an hour.

The funding will be injected to expand services both to other home appliance categories such as, air conditioners, micro-wave ovens, PCs, fridges, and other cities like Tianjin and Shanghai.

“Nowadays, each Chinese family has an average of 35 home appliances with the size of after-sales market reaching 300 billion yuan. Of the total amount, the market size for smartphone maintenance service is 10 billion yuan”, said Wang Daoping, a representative from China Growth Capital.

image credit: Jdguanjia

Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at

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