Gigable and Revolut team up to provide platform for gig workers and companies

Partnership aims to make transactions between employers and staff faster and cheaper

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
8th March, 2020
Gigable and Revolut team up to provide platform for gig workers and companies
John Ryan of Gigable. Their partnership with Revolut will enable workers to be paid instantly for freelance jobs. Picture: Maura Hickey

An Irish start-up has partnered with challenger bank Revolut to provide a new platform for gig-economy workers and employers.

Gigable currently has 7,000 freelancers on its mobile app in Ireland, who provide work to companies across the food delivery, hospitality and event management sectors. Revolut will enable workers to be paid instantly for jobs if both they and the business have accounts.

The platform aims to make it easier for freelancers and businesses to connect, and...

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