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A platform for self-employed Qugo was launched in Moscow

April 7, 2021, 13:58 (UTC+3)|

Former HR Director at Kaspersky Giorgi Chakhidze together with partners launched a platform for self-employed Qugo. With its help, legal entities can find performers for their tasks and those self-employed can find new orders. The platform takes over the workflow, automation of financial and fiscal processes. Qugo platform plans to specialize in several areas: food tech, construction and repair, courier, warehouse and logistics services, cleaning, etc.

Investments in the project amounted to $3 million. The platform was tested behind closed doors in early 2020.

According to industry experts interviewed by ICT.Moscow earlier, the self-employment will grow rapidly in the coming years. A number of Moscow e-commerce and IT companies, including Yandex, Sberbank, Ozon, QIWI are already attracting self-employed workers.

According to UKassa estimates, the revenue of self-employed workers on the Internet increased 11 times in 2020. As of February 1, the number of self-employed in Moscow increased 2.4 times compared to last year and reached 504.6 thousand people.

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