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Italy’s largest service broker ProntoPro launches business operations in Austria

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About 2,500 reliable professionals offer their services in all federal provinces throughout the country. The platform prontopro.at not only includes craftsmen but also about 100 occupational groups offering services in 500 different service categories, from photographers and installers to fitness coaches and tutors. ProntoPro opened up its headquarters in Vienna.

Founded in Italy in 2015, ProntoPro is represented there with 300,000 service providers, one million registered users and about 2.5 million visitors per month and is clearly the market leader among the service portals. In addition to the Austrian market, ProntoPro is simultaneously launching business operations in Switzerland. Recently ProntoPro received an addit5ional EUR 2.5 million in capital from private investors to enable it to expand to neighboring countries. ProntoPro employs a staff of 100 people at its headquarters in Milan.

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