Up until now, Pangara has engaged more than 10,000 freelancers, processed 700 projects and billed more than 60,000 hours through the platform. During the past year, sales doubled with clients from a diverse set of countries: Australia, UK, Sweden, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, and the US — just to name a few. At Pangara, we’re now happy to announce Oscar Rydman as the new CEO come spring. He’ll spearhead Pangara’s efforts to connect tech companies with independent top talent (freelancers). The purpose is to to bridge the skills gap that is so present in most Western countries and help top talent connect to economic opportunity. Last year, Pangara doubled our sales from 6 to 12 million SEK in 2018, with a sharp reduction in losses. “Except for having a great team in place, I think Pangara has found the ideal client segments. There has been a lot of e-commerce, gaming, and gambling. We also have a few big clients within SaaS and some communications agencies on the client list.” “Our clients are usually companies with a strong tech team in place but in need of adding additional resources to that team. We are not a consulting company. We are a marketplace for hiring freelancers with a focus on a delivering a managed recruitment service on top of that platform.”, says Oscar Rydman, who will officially step in to the role in March 2019.
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