Hope you're all doing well. My name is Nosa (Obv.) and I'm the Business Dev. Manager at Ekaette Services. Now, before you act on any preconceived notions you may have on what this is about, I suggest you ask questions, which I'll be more than happy to answer.
You can also check out the website & blog for more info, but I'm not sure if I'm meant to post the links here, or if we need some form of approval beforehand. Let me know.
Ekaette is a virtual personal assistant (Bros, keep reading. Don't give up now.) who you can contact via WhatsApp to run a wide range of errands for you (Here we go, another errand service.) Yes, we know about the other errand services that have existed in the past, and the extant ones as well, but if you read the Ekaette story, you'll be able to discern between brand features, qualities and overall service.
Think of Ekaette more as a Personal Concierge, than just an Errand Service.
We've been beta testing since September, trying to garner real data from users, in terms of what people want and need, and it's been going well so far. We plan to launch on December 1st, 2016.
As you can imagine, we've been questioned on the name, which some have come to accept after carrying out further research on it. Contrary to erroneous assumptions, the name 'Ekaette' encapsulates all the good features of the service.
Anyway, I'll like to know if any of you have used any virtual personal assistants (or "errand services") in the past and ways you think they can improve in order to actually add value to your everyday lives.
I'll like to know your thoughts, opinions, and get some constructive criticism.
Actually, let me just answer a few questions here.
Ekaette is only available in selected areas of Lagos & Abuja for now.
It's a subscription model. You pay a "salary" of N3,000/Month and Ekaette is available to run all your errands between 9am-3pm on weekdays. There are 2 other monthly packages of N5k & N10k.
You can only contact Ekaette via WhatsApp for now.
Alright, that's it.
Looking forward to your comments and questions.