Saturday, 23 July 2016

GigBee Services will be certainly helpful for parents of NRIs

Hundreds of us Indians emigrate every year: for higher education, lucrative jobs, better lifestyle and to join our spouses abroad. As we inch closer to our goals, dreams become a reality propelling us into the orbit of success. In this process we leave behind all that we wished to escape in India, but at the same time knowingly or unknowingly, we leave behind our biggest treasure - our parents.



These are the folks who toiled away several years of their youth, spent a chunk of their retirement savings, took out loans and made sure they left no stone unturned to get us to our destination.

Here is a look behind the scenes at the lives of parents of non-resident Indians (NRI). Once the children have flown the nest, after the initial euphoria has settled, realization dawns that one's children are thousands miles away. Several hours of travel time away. The anxiety of being away from one's children in times of illness and emergencies sets in. Moreover, worry for the safety and wellness of their children takes over their minds. Regular phone calls are reassuring but knowing that one cannot aid or be aided, long distance, by near and dear ones in times of need, plays on the mind, time and again
Simple chores and mundane errands like going to the bank, standing in queue for a gas cylinder or paying a bill become a challenge. Going to the doctor or dentist becomes an ordeal. They are lucky if still fit and healthy to live on their own and if other children live close by. Otherwise, NRI parents have to depend on neighbours, other relatives and friends who cannot and are not willing to take on the responsibility of the children. Then there is the social loneliness. No one to celebrate festivals with, no one to cook special meals for, Mother's Day and Father's day all celebrated long distance, via Skype and flowers dispatched by online couriers.

Though nothing can ever replace the presence of their children besides them at an elderly age, but GigBee has significant list of satisfied customer, we have helped many of you to leave peacefully in abroad where as we have helped your parent/relative with errands.

  
 GigBee team will be happy to serve your parent/ relatives, write us @ info@gigbee.in to know how can we help? You can also call us @ +91-8790102190.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/nri/citizen-journalists/citizen-journalists-reports/vrushali-junnarkar/The-untold-story-of-parents-of-NRIs/articleshow/39940919.cms

Friday, 4 March 2016

Do more in less time with GigBee


We often think: “If only I could be in two places at once, I’d finally be able to get everything done!”

But you might not be able to clone yourself, however with GigBee you can increase efficiency and do more in less time.  

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      We can finally fix that flickering light – you go ahead and catch up on official work.
   
      Enjoy a nice walk with your loved one while we take care of weeding the yard.
   
      A GigBee can scrub up your floors as you’re picking up the kids from school.

      We know your life is full of errands and tasks, but with GigBee you can enjoy your free time as we will be running your errands.  

     Together, we can accomplish double the items on your to-do list, and give you back some well-deserved free time.  

     To know more, please visit www.gigbee.in

Saturday, 27 June 2015

GigBee On-Demand Courier Service ‘Instant Deliver’ In Hyderabad for NRIs and Local Residents

Hyderabad  is the capital of the southern Indian state of Telangana and de jure capital of Andhra Pradesh — famously just 241 square miles — but now its residents will have the whole city at their fingertips even more so than ever.

GigBee, the online marketplace that lets people outsource errands and small tasks to their neighbors.

Instant Delivery service provided by GigBee that lets users get on-demand delivery of anything within the city of Hyderabad. Other than local client, we have served more than 100 NRI clients across the globe to run their errands in Hyderabad and secunderabad.  



Telangana NRIs/ NRIs from Hyderabad or individual working on-site -  often wonder how to get the simplest tasks done in Hyderabad when they are away. We understand the Pain of staying away from home or parents.

This service will also help local residents to enhance their efficiency and enjoy their time with family or something which is more important. 

If you have craving for some specific food but cannot bear the thought of the long line or if you forget to pick up a bottle of wine/ gift/snacks for that dinner party tonight, contact GigBee we will be doing this for you.

To know more, please visit www.gigbee.in or write us at info@gigbee.in .

Monday, 16 March 2015

I need someone to run my errands in Hyderabad

If you have searched for string "I need someone to run my errands in Hyderabad",  you should contact GigBee- Hyderabad. 

NRI's/ Expat often wonder how to get the simplest tasks done in Hyderabad when they are away. These tasks range from servicing their official documents like birth certificates, PAN numbers, degree certificates or retrieving their transcripts from college, visiting Doctor, taking care of their Parents etc.

When such a need arises we search for contacts in India like friends, relatives and requests them to run these errands. Capitalizing on this niche need of the NRI's/ Expat, GigBee NRI service is a unique service that addresses such needs.

Few of the task done by us:

If patient is abroad, discussing medical report with the Doctor, and sending back the report to patient.
Get Stitching done on behalf of our client and sending through courier.
Sending courier to abroad on behalf of client for any specific item like sweets, gift items etc.
Brighten up our customer’s nearest one with a bunch of flowers.
Monthly House cleaning of NRI’s Houses, personal visit to house and sending the status like picture and other required details. 
And many more, you can always write us and discuss your specific requirement.

So far, we have served more than 100 satisfied clients staying in the USA, UAE  and Singapore etc, we are currently operating only in Hyderabad but in the near future we will also be working in other metros. 

You can write us at info@gigbee.in or visit www.gigbee.in. 


Friday, 30 January 2015

Start the Year Fresh with a Gigbee’s Clean House

If you don't know where to start, take a look at these cleaning tips to help tackle a top-to-toe clean like a pro.

Do the hardest parts first

For many of us, cleaning isn't our favorite job in the house. One way to deal with it is simply to tackle it head on and start with the biggest and most difficult jobs first. Ticking it off your to-do list will be a great feeling, and things will feel much easier from there.
Roll up your sleeves and clean out the oven, scrub the fridge and clean the windows. Smaller jobs like dusting and wiping down surfaces can be spread out over the week whenever you have time, but these large jobs can be tackled in one fell swoop for an instant clean feeling.

Use eco-friendly products

Some commercial cleaning products are packed full of chemicals and additives that can be harmful to both your health and the environment. Where possible, reduce the need to buy chemical products and reach for those already sitting in your kitchen.
Everyday products such as baking soda, vinegar, lemon and cornstarch can be used in place of chemical-laden commercial products, and for a fraction of the cost. Vinegar and warm water makes for an effective window and mirror cleaner, wiped down with a piece of newspaper, while a paste of baking soda and water makes for a great stove or sink scourer.

Make a list and check it twice

No spring clean is complete without a careful plan detailing exactly what you want to do. Set yourself goals and check off things you've already done.

Lists are also great if you're dividing the clean between several people. Assign different jobs to each person and get them to mark off what's complete, ensuring there are no double ups.

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Gigbees House cleaning Tips

House cleaning Tips

You love a spotless house—but you don’t want to spend the bulk of your time actually cleaning. Well, fret no more. We talked to seven experts who gave us some of their best methods to make chores easier, more effective and much less time-consuming, so you can have a tidy, sparkling home in no time flat. Even Mom would approve.

In The Kitchen

Circle Your Way Around: Always begin on the right side of your stove, then move clockwise around the room. The stove is typically the dirtiest part of the kitchen, so ending with it keeps you from spreading dirt and grease. (First, soak drip pans and knobs in warm soapy water. By the time you’ve worked your way around, they’ll be easier to clean.)

Sanitize the Sink: It’s hard to believe, but your dirty kitchen sink has more bacteria than your toilet seat. Use a product labeled as disinfectant, or makes your own. To disinfect, clean your sink with soap and water first, then spray a mist of vinegar followed by a mist of hydrogen peroxide, and let air-dry. (Don’t mix the vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together—spray one afte
r the other.) If your sink is stainless steel, make it sparkle afterward by putting a few drops of mineral oil on a soft cloth and buffing. This prevents water buildup, which deters mold and keeps the sink looking clean longer.

Do Dishwasher Duty:: Once a week, shake baking soda on a damp sponge and wipe around the machine’s edges to remove stuck-on food or stains. To clean the inside, run an empty cycle with Dishwasher Magic, a product designed to kill bacteria like E.coli. “During cold and flu season, add a quarter-cup of bleach to the regular dish cycle to kill bacteria,” says Gigbee. The dishes will be safe and sanitized after the rinse cycle is finished.

Love Your Oven: Keep the heart of your kitchen clean by lining the bottom with a nonstick ovenliner. It can be wiped with a paper towel, put in the dishwasher, and reused over and over.

Disinfect the Disposal: To get rid of odors, drop in a cut-up lemon, some salt and a few ice cubes. The lemon deodorizes, and the ice and salt clean away residue. Or try Disposer Care (gigbee.in), which is specifically designed for the job.

Crumple Paper Towels…Forever: Use microfiber cloths instead. When wet, they sanitize and clean floors, counters, glass and tile, and eliminate the need for other cleaning products. They’re reusable (machine-wash, hang to dry) and cost about 50 Rs for a two-pack.

Clean as You Go: Gigbee suggests filling your sink with hot soapy water as you start dinner. “Place used dishes and pans in the filled sink so they’ll be soaking while you eat,” she says. Also, wipe up any spills immediately—don’t give sauces, oils or spices a chance to sit around.

Zap the Sponge: We all know that sponges can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect yours every night by squeezing it out and microwaving it on high for a minute. When it’s shredded and smelly, replace it.

Bathroom Boosters

Make Doors Shine: Rubbing a teaspoon of lemon oil on glass shower doors twice a month causes water to bead up and roll off. Or, try Rain-X Original Glass Treatment, a car-care product made to keep rainwater off your windshield. Use it twice a year.

Get a Cleaner Liner: Mold and mildew attacking your shower curtain liner? Throw it in the wash with a few towels, which will help scrub it clean, then hang it back up to dry.

Tame the Toilet: Drop a teaspoon of Tang Drink Mix in the bowl. The citric acid acts like a scrubber…and it’s nontoxic, in case the dog takes a sip. Let it sit for a few minutes, then swish and flush. And if you cringe at the idea of getting splashed by toilet water (ugh!), Gigbee suggests pushing the toilet brush in and out of the trap before you begin. This lowers the water level, allowing you to safely swish away.


Corral Strays: Keep drains free of hair and clogs by using a product like Drano or Liquid-Plumr to make sure potential clogs are gone, then pour boiling water down drains once a week to keep problem-free. Get rid of those annoying stray hairs on the floor by sweeping them up with a damp  of toilet every morning.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Hire a GigBee to Ease Diwali House Cleaning in Hyderabad

Diwali is around the corner. The festival of lights brings in joy and lots of colors in our lives.  Diwali is the festival of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha.

But, according to Hindu mythology, Goddess Lakshmi enters only a clean and tidy house.

Cleaning the whole house means a lot of work. It requires lot of energy and active minds. We wonder where to start our cleaning from and how to end this as soon as possible without straining our health.



To ease Diwali house cleaning, we are here.  GigBee cleaning service will make the Diwali task easier.



So, for this Diwali -  Hire a GigBee and Celebrate Diwali with full swing.







Outsource your cleaning work to GigBee...call us @ 8790102190 or write us @ info@gigbee.in. Visit us @ www.gigbee.in