In a recent Forbes magazine profile, Clutter cofounders Ari Mir and Brian Thomas described their vision for a company that would revolutionize the way people manage their belongings. They started with storage: leveraging cheap real estate and cloud-based technology to become a leader in on-demand junk removal. Eventually, they said, customers will be able to donate stuff they no longer want and even order a Christmas tress when they retrieve their holiday decorations.
Wednesday, the Los Angeles-based startup took a first step toward diversification, offering moving-services to consumers in the seven cities where Clutter currently operates. Now, for $65 per mover per hour, Clutter will haul your things from point A to point B rather than just to a storage facility.