CHICAGO, IL Wage is trailblazing how gig workers and solopreneurs find and secure work with the launch of the Wage app, an on-demand jobs, and services platform with thousands of users and growing. Wage allows users to post any task and find an experienced professional to get the job done, from landscape professionals and handypersons to dog walkers and computer repair services. The Chicago-based startup promises to become a go-to marketplace for solopreneurs nationwide, serving all verticals as the gig economy shows signs of becoming the new working-class norm.
The Wage team has recently raised an overwhelming $1.5 million to build its innovative 2-way platform, dedicated to the unmistakable rise in solopreneurs and the individuals who seek their services. The user-friendly interface allows solopreneurs and small businesses to post services and individuals to post tasks, connecting them in a win-win environment for both parties.
“The future of Wage is to be the leading platform marketplace within the gig economy,” said Zgolak, CEO and Founder of Wage. “If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that people are looking for flexibility in their work and finding available work through technology. As a hard-working immigrant, I struggled to find jobs. With Wage, I’m now helping people find opportunities and become successful.”