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Workroll launches for gig economy

Workroll, aplatform that pairs advanced freelancers and small agencies with projects from businesses around the globe, has launched.


It takes no commission, isn’t involved in the transaction process and boasts an average project value of $10,000. Freelancers and agencies who want to avoid the bidding war of other freelance sites or race to the bottom typical of other lead gen platforms, can instead take back control with Workroll.


Over the last 24 months, the gig economy has been booming in Great Britain and around the world. According to the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed, there are two million freelancers in the UK, contributing £119 billion to the UK economy (source: IPSE).


Mitchell Bryson, CEO of Workroll, said, “Workroll really is something different for established freelancers and smaller agencies who are tired of their current options to win projects. It is an alternative to freelance bidding sites, where the emphasis is often on the cheapest bid, and the higher end marketplaces which are exclusive and often too expensive. There are hefty commissions – Upwork charges around 20% for example – to factor in too, which we know many individuals and agencies are disillusioned with.


“We have a fixed pricing structure and no surprises, making us the ideal option for freelancers and agencies who want to manage their own processes, access good quality projects and empower their own business growth, whether that’s as a single freelancer making a career out of the gig economy, or a small web company.”


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