|Initial Investment:||December 2016
|Lead Partner:||Lister Delgado
Spiffy is the mobile app platform that turns any parking space into a car wash. The Spiffy mobile app allows consumers to schedule, track and pay for mobile car washing and detailing services. The Spiffy brand delivers convenient, trusted and professional services.
Recent posts from the Spiffy blog
We ended last week with
another exciting announcement! By acquiring Your Location Lubrication (YLL), we’ve effectively doubled our capacity to offer preventative services and mobile oil changes for fleets in 20 major markets.
Posted: November 13, 2019
2019 has been an exciting year of expansion for our team here at Spiffy. From our
Fleet Management as a Service announcement to
acquiring the Dallas operations of NuWash, we’ve set out to maintain that momentum through the end of the year. That trend continues today, as we’re thrilled to announce our acquisition of
Your Location Lubrication (YLL)!
Posted: November 8, 2019
Nothing screams, “winter is coming” like cooler temperatures beginning to bear down across the country. While it’s essential to protect your car’s paint every season, the transition to winter can make it more challenging to do so. As a result, one question that always comes up this time of year is, “Should I get my car waxed before winter?”
Posted: November 5, 2019
If you’re on the hunt for a one-vendor, on-demand solution for your fleet’s maintenance, then our
Fleet Management as a Service model is ready to get to work for your vehicles. Beyond a basic wash, oil change, and tire rotation, there are plenty of Spiffy services to add to your fleet’s maintenance plan. These Spiffy upgrades cover the finer details or specific problem areas across your fleet and are designed to address each vehicle’s needs.
Posted: October 30, 2019
Office amenities, as we know them today, were introduced as recently as the late 1990s. Start-ups in Silicon Valley, such as Google and Amazon, sought out more enticing benefits for their employees, including on-site kitchens and convenience-oriented services. These were designed to promote productivity by optimizing the lives of employees. Now, they are tools to lure potential employees towards growing companies.
Posted: October 30, 2019
Spiffy in the news
When Spiffy launched its first app in 2014, it took 35 finger taps to order a car wash from your mobile device. Today, it takes eight. As the mobile on-demand car wash operator announces a major expansion into Dallas this month, those numbers are significant. They represent the painstaking time and engineering required to build a technology-enabled service …
Continue reading “Spiffy Adds Fifth City in Move to Create National Car Wash Brand”
RTP-based Get Spiffy, Inc. is expanding its on-demand car care service to Dallas. Scot Wingo, CEO of Spiffy and chairman of Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisor, says for the company’s fifth location, they decided to take a different approach: presell to Class A office park property managers. As the business has grown, Wingo and his team have learned that their on-site …
Continue reading “Scot Wingo’s On-site Car Care App Expands to Dallas”
Your errands list this weekend may include a visit to the car wash to wash off the week’s dirt and leftover crumbs from an on-the-go lunch — the $10 billion car wash and auto detailing industry sees the majority of their clientele on Saturday and Sunday. But with those high-trafficked times comes the hassle of …
Continue reading “How Spiffy Is Redefining the Car Wash Industry Across Three States By Focusing on Feedback”
Spiffy, the Research Triangle Park-based brainchild of Carolina Auto Spa owner Karl Murphy and ChannelAdvisor co-founder Scot Wingo, has inked $7.5 million in financing. A securities filing disclosed late Friday shows 13 investors participated in the equity raise. The funder includes the $5 million the company disclosed in February, led by Bull City Venture Partners, …
Continue reading “RTP’s Spiffy adds to its cash haul, round swells to $7.5M”
Buzzwords come and go quickly in business, but so do the trends they describe. Big data has been replaced by smart data, which is quickly being overshadowed by artificial intelligence and machine learning. Businesses have “pivoted”, created Chief Revenue Officers, and tried a variety of modern business models. But most trends eventually fizzle out, replaced …
Continue reading “How the Funding Decline is Helping the On-Demand Economy”