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ServiceSeeking is an online marketplace that offers quotes and price comparison services to consumers and businesses. Since launching in 2007, the site has registered more than 140 000 Australian businesses, fielded over 10 million quotes and seen $3.2bn worth of jobs posted by customers.  Businesses registered with ServiceSeeking.com.au cover a range of local services, from tradespeople to accountants to graphic designers. 
Jeremy Levitt, Oliver Pennington and Daniel Sabados co-founded Service Seeking in 2007, with the launch of ServiceSeeking.com.au. Levitt and Pennington are joint chief executive officers of Service Seeking, and Sabados is the company's chief technology officer. The company's chairman is Anthony Klok, a former chief executive and director of Betfair Australia and former head of business development for James Packer's Crown.
While working as a property lawyer at Allens Arthur Robinson, Levitt noticed that firms were constantly quoting to win work through competitive tenders, and at his first business, PodProperty, an online legal service provider which specializes in co-ownership agreement, Levitt got frustrated when trying to organize tradespeople for jobs. This gave him the idea to start ServiceSeeking.com.au with Pennington and Sabados. It was reported that Levitt says "We thought there was a real opportunity to create a paradigm shift in the way people researched and hired service businesses."
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