Target of £1m for Glasgow Tech Start-Up
Gigged.AI is targeting to raise £1million funding after naming John Brodie, the founder of Aquila Insight, as its chairman.
11:40 12 July 2021
Gigged.AI, a Glasgow-based tech start-up, is looking at raising £1million in funding after naming John Brodie, Aquila Insight founder, as its chairman.
The firm has recently launched a platform designed to help other companies easily find digital talent across the United Kingdom as remote working trends continue.
Brodie said: “The future of work and the gig economy are hot topics right now and Gigged.AI is an innovative product with huge growth potential. The team has achieved a lot in a short space of time, and I’m excited to help support Rich, Craig and the team through their next phase of growth.”
Rich Wilson, CEO at Gigged.AI, said: “After a decade spent in leadership roles in HR and staffing, I knew technology could vastly improve the on-boarding of on-demand talent.
“The whole dynamic has shifted even further since the pandemic, and we’ve been able to take our vision through to market entry because of the hard work of our chief technology officer Craig Short and his team.
“With as much as 90per cent of work being done remotely, we’re already helping clients find the best digital talent much faster than ever before.”