We all lost our collective minds when Uber hit the market. And then when Ubereats, Deliveroo and AirTasker exploded, the world became a much more convenient place. Now it seems every service is finding it’s way into the freelance and shareability world. (As they should!)
Long gone are the days for both freelancers and consumers, where flexibility was not an option and sitting behind a desk was the only way to work.
We no longer function in a typical 9am to 5pm economy, and therefore people need broader options of getting things done and getting access to experts fast to sustain that competitive edge.
Tools like LinkedIn and Google offer a never ending pool of talent, but the challenge for most people is how do they find the right person with the right expertise for a particular project or legal question. How do they even know they are good? And most importantly who has not even been identified yet.
Through technology we are now connecting peer to peers, and experts to consumers in a way that was previously thought impossible. A little like a private investigator, scouting out the best legal expert for a project.
In 2018 it only takes minutes to order a private car service, order a meal from any restaurant, to find a handyman to fix any issue, and now expert lawyers for legal advice through Alifery Freelance Lawyers.