Hubmaier uses H-Codes to classify individual services. H-Codes are comprised of the suffix “H-” followed by a 14-digit number, e.g. H-21212121403229, which incidentally is the code for Cantonese to Arabic Document Translation.

H-Codes are assigned to an identifiable, distinct service, and are provider non-specific. One of the tests we will use for determining the distinctiveness of the service for the purposes of the classification system is how unique the attributes and variations assigned to the service are. So dog-walking and dog-sitting would clearly be distinct, even though the latter may entail the former. Dog-sitting is more likely to be charged by the day or week, a dog-sitter is likely to have different scheduling requirements, and so on. On the other hand, Cantonese to Arabic Blog Post Translation and Cantonese to Arabic Diary Translation are too similar to have distinct designations. The work, process, pricing model, skills required are all more or less identical.

The first canonical version of H-Codes will be published on this site on 31 December 2018.

For the current development version, please check out our online database. Alternatively, you can view the Complete List of H-Codes here (warning: currently 993kb).

If you would like to provide services from the H-Codes list via Hubmaier, please follow this link. For further information on H-Codes, please email hub (at) hubmaier.com.


This classification system is published on the Hubmaier platform without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to noninfringement. In no event shall the publisher or authors be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with or the use of the classification system.