Over the years, Forbes has been supporting small businesses, startups, and freelancers in scaling up for the future. Among several programmes by Forbes is the Digital Startup Accelerator, a free digital training for businesses with access to one hundred thousand dollars in free credits and perks from AWS, Google Cloud, and IBM Cloud. This year, the first Nigeria edition of Digital Startup Accelerator was launched, and Forbes enlisted a number of start-ups to represent virtually all the major industries in the country.
In what has been described as a historic all-inclusive move to train and support Nigerian startups, Nigeria’s fastest-growing online marketplace for freelance services, TERAWORK, with a track record of connecting individuals and businesses to highly rated and vetted professionals, was listed alongside other startups on this year’s Forbes list of 1st Digital Startup Accelerator.
With an emphasis on evolving technological skills and talents for the remote workforce of the future, and given the qualification requirements for Forbes Digital Startup Accelerator, TERAWORK, prides itself on a bank of vetted professionals with convenient work management, easy-access messaging system and full control over payment.
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