Indian Startup H2H Repairs Expands to Africa

H2H Repairs has announced that it has formed a 50-50 joint venture with a company from Ghana called CEGA Repairs to further expand business in the African nation.

The statup was founded in 2016 and aggregates home repair service and maintenance professionals.

Alok Dixit, CEO of H2H Repairs said, “We have also started home repair services for the emerging markets of Kenya and Nigeria.”

Emmanuel Kwaku Asiedu is CEO of CEGA Repairs, a subsidiary of GRATIS Foundation. GRATIS Foundation evolved out of the Ghana Regional Appropriate Technology Industrial Service (GRATIS) Project which was established by the Ghanaian Government in 1987 with a mandate to promote small scale industrialization. The Foundation is an agency under Ghana’s Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Emmanuel is also CEO of the GRATIS Foundation. Mr. Asiedu carries with him 14 years of experience as a maintenance manager in Cocoa Processing Company. He also serves as COO of H2H Repairs.

Alok Dixit, CEO of H2H, is a marketing professional with a technical background and has worked in a Fortune 500 company and carries with him 22 years of experience working with HPCL, India’s second largest petroleum company. HPCL has significant operations in Ghana, which may be a reason Mr. Dixit was further persuaded and able to get his business set up in the emerging economy.

H2H Repairs offers professional maintenance services in areas like plumbing, electrical, piping, carpentry, automobile and computer maintenance.

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