Sydney startup Airmow uses satellite imagery to help customers get lawn mowing on demand

CLIENT: AIRMOW
OUTLET: STARTUP DAILY

 Recently launched Sydney startup  Airmow , which connects customers who need lawn mowing on demand to contractors in their area, would say that in fact, the market is ripe for change. As cofounder Ahmed Ismail said, “We jokingly say there has been no real innovation in this industry since the invention of the lawnmower, which incidentally was Australian too.”  Of course, on-demand is so in right now, but where  Airmow  differs from, say, getting an Airtasker to come and mow your lawn is in its quoting system.

Recently launched Sydney startup Airmow, which connects customers who need lawn mowing on demand to contractors in their area, would say that in fact, the market is ripe for change. As cofounder Ahmed Ismail said, “We jokingly say there has been no real innovation in this industry since the invention of the lawnmower, which incidentally was Australian too.”

Of course, on-demand is so in right now, but where Airmow differs from, say, getting an Airtasker to come and mow your lawn is in its quoting system.