OutsourceMyProject Continues To Provide Freelancers With Work
Released on: November 23, 2011, 6:36 am
Outsource My Project
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Several months after first launching, the outsourcing website,
OutsourceMyProject, is continuing to provide freelancers with work.
Enabling many different businesses to have their work completed by
skilled individuals, the work costs significantly less than it would do
when sourced from a high street company, which is why the concept has
really taken off.
Loren Holland, Managing Director of OutsourceMyProject said: “My business partner
and I launched OutsourceMyProject with an aim of providing a platform for UK
businesses to engage with the UK freelance workforce, whilst also providing UK
businesses with the opportunity to outsource their workload to freelancers abroad.”
He went on to say: “With more freelancers signing up to the website every day,
whilst an increasing number of businesses are also posting jobs onto the site, it’s
thankfully going from strength to strength. At a time where unemployment rates are
continually rising, OutsourceMyProject is the ideal marketplace for unemployed UK
workers to not only offer their services, but to be able to put their skills to use
and be paid for it too.”
With shocking figures released today by the BBC, a record 1 in 5 people under the
age of 24 are currently unemployed. Clearly backing the concept of outsourcing, and
more specifically backing the purpose of outsourcing websites such as
OutsourceMyProject, now is a great time for people out of work to be able to make
money from home.
With a jobless rate of 8.3%, and a figure from October 2011 announcing that 1.6
million people are now claiming jobseeker’s allowance, the unemployment rate is the
highest since 1996, whilst the total number of those who are unemployed is the
highest since 1994.
To date, the concept of outsourcing professional services has been limited to large
companies and organisations. However, OutsourceMyProject is a website that enables
small and medium sized businesses, as well as entrepreneurs and individuals to be
able to successfully find a freelancer and outsource business abroad.
Helping businesses to work within their ever-tightening budgets, OutsourceMyProject
is a concept whereby significant cost savings are generated. This is most commonly
through the outsourcing of work to low cost economies that have a highly talented
skill base, such as various information technology roles and back office support
roles to countries like India.
Freelancers firstly sign up to OutsourceMyProject, upon which they are then able to
create a freelance profile and use the fair and transparent bidding process to
secure the work that appeals to them, such as opportunities to become a freelance logo designer or as freelance graphic designers. With companies able to cherry pick the exact talent they’re
looking for, and consequently choosing the freelancer they feel can carry out the
job to the required standard, it’s a great way to build up strong working
relationships, and is a concept that encourages competitive bidding from both UK and
With any cost saving method being essential in combating the ever-struggling
economic climate in today’s society, it seems that outsourcing is an ideal concept
not only for thriving businesses facing budget cuts, but also for companies who
simply wouldn’t be able to survive without these savings in place.
OutsourceMyProject provides a sought-after service that helps UK businesses to cut
fixed employment overheads whilst also cutting the costs of service providers too.
For example, sourcing a competent web designer on OutsourceMyProject is considerably
cheaper than sourcing someone at the same level from a high street company.
Thanks to the concept of outsourcing, the freelance jobs workforce is growing, with
the possibility of working from home and making a living for yourself being much
more of a reality today than it has ever been before. With the digital world growing
too, as well as the increasing capabilities of technology continuing to pleasantly
surprise us, perhaps this is the way of the future and something we will see a lot
more of over the next year or so.
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