Aiudo launches its new home nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy

 

 

 


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The startup of home caregivers closes 2021 reaching the break even in its most growing year, with 12 million euros of generated business volume. By 2022 they work on opening a round of investment and expanding to a new country. Family counselling has begun to be provided free of charge to seek assistance from the unit

Aiudo, the startup of home-based caregivers, has launched its new home-based nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy in a clear commitment to expand its supply and meet the needs currently being demanded by both its customers and the sector of the nursing care and dependency.

 

To do so, they have managed to close agreements with suppliers and partners of “first level” as is the case of Sodexo, a French multinational company based in more than 70 countries and more than 50 years of experience, and will be responsible for providing the home food and nutrition service for older people.

“Our goal is not to compete with existing companies in these sectors but to provide value-added services to our customers, responding to their requests over these five years,” says Aiudo CEO and Social Worker Daniel Ibiza.

Business volume of 12 million and round of sight
Aiudo will close 2021 as its year of greatest growth since it was launched in 2016, thanks to a volume of business generated from 12 million euros in which they have achieved the break even (income-expenditure balance point), duplicate equipment and create new departments. “For us it has been a year of much effort in which we have tried to improve the experience of many families, so that hiring a caregiver is a simple and fast experience,” says Enrique Enguix, strategic director of Aiudo. radios en vivo y radios live en español

Also, from the company they report in a statement that will open their second round of investment throughout 2022 with the objective of consolidating themselves in the national market and accelerating their process of internationalization with the entry to a new country during 2022.

 

A process, the latter, which has been producing since the past 2020 when the care company landed in the United Kingdom, where it works to consolidate in its four countries. “During 2021 we have attended dozens of British families in a very positive experience, with a new and different market that we have had to adapt very quickly,” says Ignacio Guarinos, co-founder and responsible for internationalization.

Social impact and care model focused on the largest
The social impact field has not been left aside since Aiudo for 2021. A year in which they have begun to advise families free of charge so that they can request the provision of assistance to the unit from their new department of SAD (Domicile Aid and Unit Care Service).

A free advice that has also extended to caregivers in order to further professionalize their service and that families are satisfied with their caregiver.

Aiudo launches its new home nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy

Aiudo launches its new home nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy

The startup of home caregivers closes 2021 reaching the break even in its most growing year, with 12 million euros of generated business volume. By 2022 they w

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2024-05-19

 

Aiudo launches its new home nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy
Aiudo launches its new home nutrition services, tele-assistance and physiotherapy

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