Startup Update: Dablr

Dablr Continues To Build Momentum

Dablr Services a Coworking team at Rev3 Innovation Center has continued to see growth in users, the amount of cities they serve and overall money generated. Backed by Jake Obremski and Neil Glazier of Kaneland High School, the two seniors continue to push the company forward.

Here are some of their recent stats:

  • 150 users on platform
  • Serving 11 Cities: Aurora, Elburn, Elgin, Kaneville, Maple Park, Montgomery, Naperville, Plano, Sandwich, Sugar Grove and Yorkville
  • 80 Job Requests: Assistants, Grocery Getters, Lawn Work, Moving, Pet Sitting and Snow Removal 
  • Created over $7,000 worth of work

Obremski and Glazier are focused on creating innovative ways to make the platform faster and more efficient.

“We're going to be releasing more products and features that make everyday life easier. Right now we're working on updating our services and product by making it easier to find a local helping hand. Our goal is to get 99% of jobs accepted in under 10 minutes,” Jake Obremski noted.

For more information on the company, visit: www.dablrservices.com

John Wons