GigSmart software connects business with growing gig labor force

Friday November 30, 2018 0 comments Tags: Denver, GigSmart

DENVER -- Thanks to a growing gig economy, more than 16 million Americans are taking control of their work schedules and supplementing income via on demand job opportunities, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.gigsmart-logo

Now, there’s an app to help workers with specific skills to find work opportunities.

Launching today, GigSmart is a new mobile app connecting businesses, charities and individuals who have urgent, on demand labor needs with workers who want to earn income, gain experience, volunteer or follow their passion.

Via the app, available on both Apple and Google Play stores, workers can build a profile using more than 3,000 pre-loaded job skills. They may also set a unique rate for each skill.

A business, charity or individual requester can search by skill, review profiles and send a gig request to the worker or volunteer of choice. Within minutes, the worker may accept or decline the gig request.

Upon acceptance, the worker proceeds to the gig site or begins working remotely based on the requirements. Once the gig is complete, the worker is then paid through the app.

GigSmart begins its nationwide rollout with the following markets: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Denver, Indianapolis, Lexington and Louisville.

GigSmart serves all industries and all worker skills. Founded in 2018 and headquartered in Denver, GigSmart currently has 17 employees and 9 dedicated contract workers and is growing rapidly.

The GigSmart app is available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store. To download, sign up, or learn more about GigSmart, visit