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AirBsit app helps Brussels parents find babysitters
AirBsit is a new app that brings Brussels babysitters in touch with parents who are planning a night out. The concept is the brainchild of two working moms from Brussels, Géraldine and Donatienne. So far, more than 700 babysitters have registered via the app.
In just a few clicks, airBsit shows users where babysitters are available nearby and in real time, making it easy to book a sitter, even on short notice. The app also includes important information about the sitters, such as what languages they speak, their hourly rate and whether or not they need a ride, writes brusselnieuws.be.
The app has more than 700 registered babysitters in Brussels and Walloon Brabant. "But we want to expand to the rest of Belgium and Europe," co-founder Géraldine told the news website.
A rating and review system ensures that both parents and babysitters are accountable, and payment by credit card can be arranged via the free app, which is available for download from the App Store and Google Play.