KIWI raised seed funding of $2,50,000

KIWI has raised $2,50,000 in its seed funding. The company helps to connect freelancers in the outsourcing landscape. 

KIWI is TAAS platform which connects freelancer and clients and creates a high- skilled on-demand talent network.

The company said funds raised will be used for product development and for creating an initial base for consumers.

KIWI CEO, co-founder Imran Ladiwala said due to the Nobel pandemic many freelancers are moving towards freelancing platforms. 

KIWI will help clients to find suitable freelancers according to their requirements who will be suitable to dissolve their issues. Freelancers will be also paid within 60 minutes.

The company also said they had signed with almost 5,000 experts and has provided 12000 Jobs. 

Shishir Gupta, Founder & CEO of StartupLanes says, “Gig economy is growing at 17% CAGR and is expected to generate a gross volume of 455 Billion Dollars by 2022. KIWI is making the finding of freelancers, allocation of work and transactions better through innovative technology. I wish the entire team for a great future.”