Freelance app Gigable aims to raise €10m in Series A funding
The company, whose app connects freelance workers with businesses, is set to triple its revenues in the first half of this year
Gigable, an Irish app aimed at the freelance economy, plans to raise €10 million in Series A funding this year.
The company has developed a platform for gig economy workers and businesses seeking temporary staff. The platform manages all of the payment processing for the work involved. Gigable currently has 20 staff and has raised €3 million to date.
“We will be doing Series A in the second half of the year. We were very much focused on Ireland during the Covid-19 pandemic, but the British market is growing,” John Ryan, founder and chief executive of Gigable, said in an interview for this weekend’s Connected magazine.