So I’ve been working in an trade for a stable 12 yr stint as an impartial contractor for a number of completely different e-commerce corporations/markets, nevertheless it looks like most of those corporations are simply in it for the cash and neglect the general mission/message for the service. For folks like me, my ardour is introduced out within the work that I do and in flip, I’m able to take my subsequent steps to create a extra genuine and integral on-line market for such providers.
Does anybody have any recommendation/ideas/normal steering/references on tips on how to create a web-based market that hosts different impartial contractors to rent? Ideally I wish to work with one other entrepreneur who’s tech-savvy and has expertise constructing such web-based platforms who would additionally find yourself working all of the tech for my enterprise. They might then in flip handle and run their very own crew and maintain all of the software program and tech growth for the enterprise, whereas I give attention to the larger image.
I wouldn’t be against exploring a chance to work with already established tech corporations who make such merchandise; however I actually goal to assist different folks develop into profitable by their very own means. I wish to assist construct different folks’s success! My philosophy is that once you assist different folks, you find yourself serving to your individual self and I might love to actually have a stable crew working in direction of a typical objective collectively. What’s the finest strategy to getting an individual/crew to assist construct this platform?
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