Hocomoco, a tech-based construction start-up, ropes in Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam, as the brand ambassador

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Hyderabad, Nov 17, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Hocomoco, a tech-based construction start-up, ropes in Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam, as the brand ambassador

Hocomoco, a home construction and monitoring company, onboards renowned Telegu filmmaker, Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam, as the brand ambassador. The national award winner is known for directing the critically acclaimed Telugu language romantic comedy film Pelli Choopulu, which was also his first full-length feature film.

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Sripad Nandiraj, Founder & CEO, Hocomoco, says, “It is said birds of a feather flock together. Inclusivity in growth plans and vision to reach out all with a sense of commitment is what has drawn Mr. Dhaassyam and us to come together.  Through this collaboration, we aim to help everyone realize the home dream within limited resources and also help overcome hurdles that come in the process. Hocomoco is honoured to have Mr. Dhaassyam in our cap(tain), as a brand ambassador.”

Commenting on the collaboration, Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam, says, “Building a home has always been a lifelong dream for most people, especially for me. I’ve seen my father work tirelessly towards making the dream come true. Unfortunately, it never happened and it came down to me to understand the whole process and setup a plan. It seemed like a daunting task when I inquired about where to start and who to approach. The list of precautions I needed to take while designing a house seemed endless. “How do I build my house” has been a huge problem for most people.”

He further adds, “Hocomoco provides the easiest solution for it. The team has chalked out a method to the madness and simplified it for the client. It’s as simple as ordering food or online shopping. The founder and the team are amazing and meticulous when it comes down to planning. Their dedication & passion towards this business struck a chord with me. I’m truly overwhelmed to be a part of this venture.”

The construction-tech start-up, offers construction services for both residential and commercial projects. The company aims at reforming the way construction is currently done, by creating a one-stop solution for all construction needs. The start-up also has E-monitoring service that allows customers to virtually track the construction work progress at the site. Other services include Project Management, Architecture & Structure, and Interiors & Smart Home.

The start-up offers professional and hassle-free service right from the beginning till the end. The pricing models are customized as per the scope of work and customer convenience. The team is proactive and accessible at any point in time during the construction. The company has been operational since October 2017 and since then have worked on a total of 3,50,000 square feet and targets to build on 25,00,000 square feet.

The company is also developing solutions like robust project management tools to help optimise and automate the construction process. With the help of the project management tools, Hocomoco envisages controlling all the fulfilment partners who are involved in project execution across the city which could otherwise be a difficult task without the support of technology. On the other tools, project scheduling and material procurement are a few solutions the company is looking forward to developing.

About Hocomoco:

Hocomoco, founded in 2017, is a tech-based building construction start-up, headquartered in Hyderabad, Telangana State. The company was founded by Sripad Nandiraj, with an aim to offer a platform that serves as a one-stop solution for all residential/commercial building construction needs, beginning with legal permissions, architectural & structural design, construction execution to interiors, and monitoring services.


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