Wedo opens early registration for freelancers to take charge of their business


SANTA ANA, Calif., January 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — By 2027, freelancers will represent more than 50% labor force, and in 2020 alone, the independent economy generated more than 1.2 trillion in the United States, 4 trillion in the global market, and most were delivered online.

To meet the needs of this booming economic sector, Wedo, an American and European communication and financial platform designed for freelancers and entrepreneurs, is beginning the rollout of its application by allowing users to reserve usernames.

“There are so many apps for freelancers, but none of them offered the all-in-one capability needed to run a successful small business,” said Indiana Gregg, Founder and CEO of Wedo. “We designed Wedo to give entrepreneurs all the tools they need for a hassle-free experience, and we look forward to giving users full access to the platform.”

Founded in 2021, Wedo was developed as a solution to the high costs and complications of the early stages of starting a business. Wedo offers all the tools entrepreneurs need on one convenient platform: calendar, chat + video communication options and a wallet function to make and receive payments, one-time or for subscriptions.

“We are committed to developing an app that best meets the needs of our members,” added Gregg. “We will continue to build on their suggestions and adapt to meet their needs as they continue to represent an ever-growing share of the global economy.”

About Wedo
Wedo is an American and European communication and financial platform designed for freelancers and entrepreneurs. By providing all the tools entrepreneurs need in one easy-to-use app, Wedo removes the financial and technical barriers to entry for small businesses and sets them up for success. Founded at the start of the COVID pandemic by Indiana Gregg, former tech freelancer and founder of 5x Startups, Wedo’s mission is to make entry into the business world affordable, accessible, and seamless for entrepreneurs everywhere.



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