Invoke Labs Adds myBestHelper as Company in Residence

Vancouver-based Invoke Labs this week added myBestHelper as a company in residence.

MyBestHelper provides a service connecting families that need help with helpers in their local area. It is currently available in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto and has “nearly 4,000” users.

The myBestHelper team will join current residents Memelabs, Quietly, and Pendo Rent. Invoke Labs says it works to incorporate new startups into its program at a time that works for them, “as an alternative to the standard incubator group induction and graduation process.”

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“MyBestHelper has already proven to be a disruptive force in the home care space,” said Invoke Labs managing director Keith Ippel. “We’re looking forward to supporting their team as they continue on their impressive growth trajectory.”

“We are thrilled to learn from the team that has propelled so many ideas from good to amazing,” added Alexandra Greenhill, myBestHelper’s cofounder and CEO. “This opportunity will truly help myBestHelper grow on a global scale and become the next Vancouver tech success story.”

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Invoke Labs was launched in January 2013 by digital agency Invoke. Alumni include HootSuite and Foodee.

MyBestHelper is hiring a Ruby on Rails developer in Vancouver.