Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Edmonton Startup, Jobber, Opens Toronto Office to Keep Pace with Global Growth

Jobber, the software platform that helps home service businesses be more successful, announced the opening of its Toronto, Canada office to support the rapid growth of its global customer base.
“We’re really excited to announce the opening of a Jobber office in downtown Toronto,” says Sam Pillar, Jobber’s co-founder and CEO. “Edmonton has been a fantastic place to grow Jobber to date, and we’ve been fortunate to thrive as one of the city’s fastest growing tech companies. As we gain momentum and push through the 100 employee mark, establishing a Toronto office to grow alongside Edmonton will help ensure we’re able to continue providing the industry-leading product and experience the market has come to expect from us.”

While the company is expanding, Pillar says the team is committed to its headquarters in Edmonton; in fact, he wants to set an example for other burgeoning tech companies in the city.

Since receiving $8-million of series A financing in 2015 led by OMERS Ventures, Jobber now serves tens of thousands of users in over 30 countries who deliver more than USD $100-Million in services each month. Home service companies rely on Jobber to help them run every aspect of their business — from quoting jobs and managing team schedules to billing, invoicing, and payments, Jobber makes running a service business easy.

Visit getjobber.com to learn more.