Ahead of the Indian Super League (ISL) season four starting November 17, Mumbai City FC on Friday joined hands with OkSir, one of Indias most advanced app-based service aggregators, to reach out to their fans in a seamless manner.
Founded by tech entrepreneur Arun Kapoor in 2015, the real-time, on demand app provides individuals, companies, and households access to a diverse range of services, ranging from elderly care to beauty, housekeeping to automotive, and a lot more.
Based in Mumbai, OkSir operates in five major Indian cities and Hong Kong, where they launched recently. They offer more than 300 services with over 50,000 registered vendors globally.
Commenting on the association, OkSir founder Arun Kapoor said: "We are delighted to sign up with one of the finest football clubs in the country. Their fans can avail of a range of services that we offer."
Mumbai City FC owner Ranbir Kapoor said: "Its always important to join hands with the right partners and OKSir, with it's dedicated approach to ensuring its customers are of prime importance fits in perfectly with us."
The ISL season four kicks off on November 17 in Kochi. Mumbai City FC will play their first match on November 19 against Bengaluru FC at the Sree Kanteerva Stadium in Bengaluru.
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