Clutter and MakeSpace, two former rivals in the on-demand, moving and storage market, are merging to create a single unified company, which will operate under the Clutter brand, serving approximately 6,500 towns in the United States, covering about 60% of the country's total population, with operations also in Canada, and offering services like on-demand moving, storage, self-storage, and disposal.
The financial details of the purchase were not disclosed, but Clutter's Co-Founder and CEO indicated that the latest addition will allow them to say "yes, to more customers than ever before.”
Clutter was founded in 2015 and pride themselves on being a one-stop-shop with a “mission to make people’s lives convenient, so they can experience more of what they love”.
MakeSpace was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in New York City, by offering a cost-effective, tech-enabled storage experience that is redefining the market, MakeSpace want to make storage more convenient and consumer friendly.
Source - Clutter
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