GoMechanic Startup Story
Five years ago, a Gurugram-based startup, GoMechanic was just a small car repair company with big dreams.
Thanks to their focus on quality customer service and innovative marketing strategies, they have managed to triple their business in short years!
In this success story, we will take a closer look at the tactics that GoMechanic used to achieve such success, and how you can apply them to your own business.
How did GoMechanic start?
GoMechanic was founded in 2016 by four friends (Kushal Karwa, Rishabh Karwa, Nitin Rana, and Amit Bhasin) who were looking for a better car repair experience.
They were unhappy with the high prices and poor customer service they had been experiencing at local garages, so they decided to start their own company.
Kushal Karwa, serial entrepreneur
Kushal Karwa is the co-founder of GoMechanic, a car repair company that has managed to triple its business in just two years.
Rishabh Karwa, co-founder
Rishabh Karwa, co-founder of GoMechanic. From starting with a few hundred customers to tripling their business in just two years, GoMechanic has come a long way.
Rishabh attributes this success to their commitment to quality and customer service. Providing a convenient, affordable, and reliable car repair service, has managed to win over the hearts of drivers all across Delhi-NCR.
Nitin Rana, co-founder
Nitin Rana is the co-founder. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
Today, this startup is one of the leading car repair companies in India. They have a vast network of garages spread across Delhi-NCR and are constantly expanding their reach to new cities
One of the things that helped set GoMechanic apart from the competition was their focus on quality. They only use OEM parts, and all of their mechanics are ASE-certified.
This commitment to quality has earned them a reputation for being one of the best car repair shops in town.
In 2019, The Gurugram-based startup raised ₹35 crores in a Series A round, led by Orios Venture Partners and Sequoia Capital.
In December, The company raised a further ₹105 crore from Chiratae Ventures and their existing investors including Orios Venture Partners and Sequoia Capital.