Rezigo CEO Danny Nieberg has spent 20 years working as a residential and commercial developer and property business owner. He built several companies from the ground up, and now, along with Rezigo, spearheads Property Rescue Ltd and General Pacific Properties Ltd, which collectively turn over an excess of £20 million annually.

Co-founder and chief people officer Simone Nieberg has enjoyed a successful career in recruitment spanning more than 20 years. She’s recruited for industry-leading names including Microsoft and Expedia, growing the latter from a team of 100 to more than 1,000 across the UK and Europe, which means she’s well-versed in scaling a start-up business at pace.


The co-founders have always phoned around for at least three quotes for every job they have worked on – which is a lot. This led them to make online quote gathering, storage and comparison a big part of Rezigo’s USP and UX. 


Rezigo is an online platform which simplifies the process of finding, booking, managing and paying local tradespeople when users are moving, renovating or getting odd jobs done on their property.


Hundreds of local and national suppliers are already signed up. The following services are available in England and Wales: conveyancer, electrician, handyman, locksmith, plumber, property buyer, security systems, removals & storage, waste clearance and cleaner.


The startup is registered in Woodford Green, Essex.

They say:

The co-founders: “We built a bespoke platform for my existing property business, which has evolved over the years in terms of functionality and complexity. And so, equipped with a solid understanding of the stresses associated with the home services sector, we set out to create the ultimate PropTech solution. We’ve been absolutely floored by the reaction so far – from both suppliers and would-be customers. We built the Rezigo community to address pain-points for both, and there’s so much excitement and buzz around the platform already.”