Founded in 2008, Taskrabbit was an early entrant into the so-called “on-demand” economy, providing a platform for connecting users with workers for one-off gigs ranging from home cleaning to personal errands. Now Taskrabbit founder and CEO Leah Busque is passing the reins to the company’s current COO, Stacy Brown-Philpot, and the company looks to evolve.

Busque will step into the role of chairwoman, she wrote: “The industry is much more developed and we’ve learned a lot while paving the way. With this move, I can be more focused on the next wave of challenges facing the company that we haven’t even thought of yet.”

Stacy Brown-Philpot & Leah Busque

Stacy Brown-Philpot & Leah Busque

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As on-demand platforms have grown, the company has at times struggled to define itself against competitors like Thumbtack (home services), Handy (cleaning), or Postmates (delivery).

In July 2013, Taskrabbit laid off 20 percent of its staff in what Busque described as a realignment “to support our key business opportunities, namely mobile, geographic expansion, business services and our marketplace operations.” The company has also been subject to criticism for tenuous or difficult circumstances facing its workers, an issue that has nagged at on-demand companies more broadly in the wake of lawsuits surrounding the so-called 1099 economy, use of independent contractors and the maturation of on-demand business models.

Brown-Philpot had served as the company’s COO since 2013. Prior to that, she worked for nearly a decade at Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) in senior finance positions managing revenue for various channels.

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“Stacy has helped TaskRabbit evolve the platform, launch in international markets and recruit talent at all levels of the company,” Busque said. “Since she joined three years ago, we’ve more than doubled revenue every year, added operations in ten additional markets, and helped Taskers increase their earnings by more than 200 percent.”

Busque had led the company, which she co-founded with her husband, since 2008.

Annie Gaus is the technology reporter for the San Francisco Business Times