Founder Team of Berlin Energy-managment-solution Startup Deinehelfer24

Photo-Location: Paul-Löbe-Haus

Designed by Stephan Braunfels, the Paul-Löbe-Haus was opened along with the Chancellery in 2001. A bridge named „Leap over the Spree“ unites the Paul-Löbe-Haus with the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus. Together with the Chancellery, they build an ensemble, integrating the Spree into their architecture.

DeineHelfer24 – Berlin based online handyman service

The company DeineHelfer24 was founded to help people at home in their everyday life with small technical works like installing a lamp, mounting a curtain rod, hanging pictures on the wall or helping them to build up their furniture. Security is an important issue, this is why DeineHelfer24 only sends employed and insured allround craftsmen who work only for them. The company is also offering their clients the all-in-one package for renovations. Whether painting, tiling or laying new parquet flooring, DeineHelfer24 will help you with that! The startup was founded in June 2014 in Berlin by Robert Boer and has already reached out to many clients in and around Berlin. DeineHelfer24´s goals are to expand to other cities in Germany and provide their services to more people.

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About  DeineHelfer24:

Berlin based Service Startup DeineHelfer24 is the online handyman service. The company help where the customer does not have time and resources. From artisanal tasks to cleaning, they can be booked at a fair price on the day. They offer artisanal services of all kinds: cosmetic repairs, mending holes, painting walls, removing carpeting, floorboards, laying laminate, parquet, among others. DeineHelfer24 provides skilled artisans for repairs of all kinds, who work only for the company as sign of reliability. The team led by founder Robert Boer offers on this basis a matching craftsman who will provide the service on the spot. The enterprise is a member of the Chamber of Crafts and the Chamber of Commerce.

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