Cut through your daily tasks like a breeze

Zappy is a free app that allows users to find trustworthy help for any task, anywhere, at any time. It’s quick, reliable and fun.

The app’s founders Alexander Eloy and Rene Skaflestad are both young entrepreneurs who met while studying at the European Business School London. They hope to tap into the estimated $400–800 billion global home services market by offering a system based on the old tradition of being neighbourly and helping others.

Zappy is initially set to launch across three European countries – Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom – on 01 October 2015 and will be available from the Apple Store and Google Play, with a global roll-out planned for the near future.

The stresses and strains of life are ever increasing, leaving us with ever less time to get things done, so you need help to do these jobs. On the flip side, you might have a marketable skill to take on board new jobs, but no idea how to go about marketing yourself.

The Zappy app will make it effortless for users to find trustworthy help for all kinds of tasks, anywhere and at any time. Just by posting their required job, Zappy users will be able to connect with reliable, fellow Zappers (Zappy users) at no cost whatsoever. Most importantly, Zappers will be available for a multitude of tasks, including handyman jobs, help with moving, transportation and delivery, home and garden, marketing and design, language learning and teaching, computer, IT, the web, and much more.

Co-founder & CEO Alexander Eloy says “Our deeply held intention is to induce another dimension to the sharing economy that fosters the mutual benefit of all its participants. The app is our contribution to the sharing economy, if you like, it is our vehicle, while our brains and passion are the underlying engine. We believe that Zappy can benefit all of us”.

Visit iTunes or the Google Play store to download and install this app from 01 October 2015.

For more information, contact Alexander Eloy (, or visit the official website

Source: Pressat