Israeli startup that quickly turned into the global leader in online freelancing, Fiverr, has recently set up shop with its first-ever European branch in Germany's capital of Berlin.
The new office will allow small and medium-sized companies from Germany, entrepreneurs and startups to get easier access to millions of freelancers from 190 countries. A large number of country-specific functions are also about to be introduced, the Tel Aviv-based firm said in a statement on Tuesday. Fiverr already has over 130,000 users in Germany.
Through Fiverr, customers can hire specialized digital experts and people with other skills from around the world. It offers more than 200 categories of services from translations and logo designs to app development, market analysis or consulting services.
“Finding the right freelancer is very time consuming. I can confirm that from my own experience. Especially for companies that are not located in the well-known hotspots, it is a major challenge to attract digital professionals – almost impossible,” said Falko Kremp, Fiverr’s country manager, responsible for setting up the business in Germany.
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