Gigfisher is an online platform built for project owners and freelancers to connect and collaborate. The platform serves as a marketplace where seekers of services such as that web development, designs, sales, marketing and more could reach those offering them. Freelancers having specialisation in distinct fields can sign up on the platform.
Launched in February 2017, by Joseph ogbonnaya, the platform has Omoyeme Abumere as its media strategist. Many freelancing websites — among which are Asuqu.com and Jolancer.com — already exist in Nigeria. Nevertheless, Joseph intends to lead in the space.
We aim at becoming a top-of-the-mind brand for anyone who has a project whether mini and/or macro ranging from basic everyday projects like getting a plumber fix your tap, designing a logo or even making your hair this weekend to design/programming a website, writing a copy, producing a jingle etc.Advertisement
Gigfisher basically caters for the need of service seekers in Nigeria. You may visit the website to hire some freelancers.
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