Top 100 Gig Platforms
The rise of the gig economy has made it possible for anyone anywhere to earn money in their own time. Everyone can use the gig economy, whether as a freelancer, independent contractor or to make money doing the things you already do for free, like taking surveys.
With the growth of the gig economy within the last ten years, gig platforms have become invaluable. Also, with many companies implementing remote working, many people have realised that they can very well work independently and partake in gigs.
There are hundreds of gig platforms available. To help you quickly find the best apps to get gigs, we have brought together gig economy apps that we know help those looking to make money through a side hustle or as their main thing as an independent contractor.
Below is a list of the top 100 gig platforms with a description to help you understand what services you can sell to make an income. We have also added the countries or locations that these platforms have been made available.
CareGuide connects millions of care providers all over the U.S. to people looking for support. Whether you are looking for child care, elder care, care for your pet or someone to take care of your home, CareGuide has the perfect match for your needs. By providing secure communication, secure payment and advanced spam detection systems, they make sure opening your doors to a care provider as secure as possible.
Mobrog is an online market research and mobile survey platform that pays users for their participation in online surveys. Paying on average between $0.50 and $3.00 per survey, users can participate on their computer, phone or tablet. Questionnaires can be completed any time of day, and payments are issued securely through PayPal.
The hottest Amazon gig work opportunity in 2020, Amazon Flex is like a rideshare service for package deliveries. Users can sign up to deliver packages locally in their own vehicles. Most drivers earn $18 to $25 an hour on average. Download the app, reserve your block and get started.
Preply is a digital education platform that connects students who are trying to learn a new language with private tutors from around the world. All profiles are verified in order to ensure the best quality native speakers and private mentors. Whether you are just starting, looking to immerse yourself in a new culture or taking the next step in your career, you’ll find the right expert help on Preply.
At its core, Bark is a service marketplace with more than 5 million customers around the world. From help around the house to personal trainers, photographers, wedding planners and web designers, Bark helps connect users to thousands of qualified professionals in an instant.
One of the juggernauts of gig platforms in recent years, Uber Eats saw continued explosive growth in 2020 due to various knock on effects of the pandemic. An essential service in cities like New York where takeout is a way of life, delivery drivers help hungry Uber Eats users take a bite out of their favorite dishes.
Rover connects pet owners with reliable pet sitters and dog walkers all over the world. Whether you’re looking for overnight boarding, pet sitting in your own home, doggy day care or just a simple walk in the park, you’ll find the perfect companion for your furry friend on Rover. All rates, booking and communications are handled securely through the app, giving you peace of mind whenever you drop off your pet.
Shipt is an online platform that enables users to shop for groceries at participating stores with the help of personal shoppers on the platform. User can sign up for monthly or annual memberships, with delivery fees varying depending on the order value. While the platform is owned by Target, participating retailers include Costco, Lowe’s, Lidl, Winn Dixie and more.
UserTesting bills itself as “the human insight platform.” It helps companies gain insights and market research into the behavior of their consumers. For gig workers, this means an opportunity to test and review new websites and mobile apps. To date, the platform has helped to influence more than 30,000 brands.
Survey Junkie is an online survey aggregation platform that connects online survey providers with consumers. To participate, users with an account need only to select which survey topics interest them, and then answer a few preliminary questions to ensure they are in the targeted demographic. Payments are processed securely and quickly via PayPal.
Postmates is an online platform connecting restaurants, delivery drivers and hungry customers to create a seamless, on-demand food delivery service. Founded in 2011 and acquired by Uber at the end of 2020, Postmates operates in 2,940 cities in the U.S.
One of the more well-known grocery shopping and delivery platforms, Instacart allows users to get everything they need from the grocery store without ever leaving their home. Instacart serves 5,500 cities in the U.S. and Canada. The platform works with thousands of personal shoppers and retailers to ensure customers receive the best quality produce and products available.
Clickworker is a global paid crowdsourcing platform with more than 2.2 million users. They offer solutions for companies in 30 markets in the areas of product data management, surveys, text creation, transcripts and more. Complex task submitted by companies are broken into “micro jobs” by the platform that are then completed by individual gig workers.
DoorDash is an online platform that helps restaurants and retailers deliver their food and goods to their customers’ homes. The platform operates in 4,000 cities in all 50 states and in Canada. As with other food and grocery delivery-focused platforms, DoorDash saw massive growth amid the pandemic including an infusion of $400 million in series H fundraising in 2020.
Hiving is a digital consumer insights platform on which companies seek out the opinions of consumers. Like other online survey platforms, prospective consumers only need to sign up on the Hiving website, then answer a few basic questions about themselves. In addition to online panels, members can try out new products at home, participate in raffles or even donate their points to charitable causes.
Founded in 2007, People Per Hour connects business to freelancers around the world. Since their beginning, they have sought to disrupt the traditional 9-to-5 business model. Today, they’ve helped to solved more than 1 million business needs worth more than $184 million. The platform focuses on creative freelancers like 3D animation artists, commercial photographers, app developers and more.
Thumbtack’s mission is to make it as easy as possible to contract local professionals from plumbers to piano teachers. Serving more than one million customers across the U.S., the platform prides itself on its ability to quickly connect small businesses and entrepreneurs with clients.
Animalin is a French platform that connects pet owners with sitters and dog walkers. In addition to dogs and cats, pet owners can also find care providers for their birds, rodents and reptiles. While the platform focuses on the French market, it also serves Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Stuart is an on-demand courier platform offering last-mile delivery solutions for restaurants, grocery stores, retailers, e-commerce shops and professional services. The platform operates in 80 cities in France, Spain, Poland and the United Kingdom. Since their start in 2015, Stuart has served more than 8,000 business clients.
PetBacker provides on-demand pet sitting, boarding, grooming and walking services to pet owners. The distance and route of your pet’s walk can be tracked in the app and all cost estimates on the platform are free. PetBacker operates in 50 countries around the world and is one of the fastest growing pet tech platforms in the world.
TaskRabbit’s platform helps people find and book same-day handyman, moving and delivery services. Operating in the U.S. and U.K., the platform matches millions of customers with more than 60,000 taskers in 52 cities. Founded in 2008, its current parent company is IKEA.
FedEx Ground is a subsidiary of FedEx corporation that provides package shipping services in the U.S. and Canada. They handle nearly 9 million packages daily, and they earned $20.5 billion in revenue for fiscal year 2019. Their network includes more than 100,000 employees, 5,300 service providers and 600 distribution hubs.
Just like its name implies, Freelancer is an online platform that connects customers to freelancers of all sorts. Used by big brands like Amazon, Facebook, Deloitte, NASA, IBM and more, the platform offers a trusted and secure way to quickly contract freelancers on-demand. Whether you need web designers, virtual assistants, app developers, product manufacturing or any other freelancer, you can likely find it on the platform with more than 48 million workers available for hire.
Hubstaff Talent connects business to freelancers and agencies. Unlike some other freelance work platforms, Hubstaff acts more as a directory for companies seeking talent globally. There aren’t any markups on freelancer services, and there aren’t any fees on either the business or freelancer side. The platform recommends the use of their paid project management software to manage contracted work, but it is not required.
One of the most well-known food delivery platforms in Europe, Deliveroo had a banner year due in large part to the pandemic shutting down in-restaurant dining in a large part of the continent. Currently, the platform operates in more than 200 cities in 13 countries. There are more than 30,000 Deliveroo riders on the platform as well.
Stella & Dot is a multi-level marketing firm that provides a social retail platform for women looking to run their own business under the parent company’s umbrella. The platform specializes in designer jewelry targeted to women. Beyond the retail aspect of the platform, the Stella & Dot community also provides life coaching to its members. To date, they have helped their members earn more than $500 million in commissions.
Hertz is an American car rental company that operates 10,200 locations internationally. They were ranked 335 on the Forbes 500 list in 2018, and as of 2019, the company made $9.8 billion in revenue. In 2020, Hertz Corporation sough to restructure due to decline in revenue from the economic impacts of COVID-19. However, gig workers still sought out the firm for a variety of roles, landing them in our #28 spot.
Opinionlandia is an online panel platform operating in Latin America. Participants can join 1.5 million people to take part in online surveys, view and rate ads, test out new products and more. Every completed survey earns a user points, which can be later redeemed for gift cards and entertainment packages.
Userbrain bills itself as a “worldwide pool of unbiased testers.” Focusing on website UX and app functionality testing, the platform serves brands like Spotify, Virgin, Red Bull, Solar City and more. Test users are selected from a worldwide pool of regular consumers. The tests themselves take 5 to 15 minutes to complete, offering quick real-world feedback.
Pawtree is a multi-level marketing firm focusing on pet food and nutrition products. Once an account has been created, members receive customized box of products for resale. They then earn points on each item sold, which can be redeemed for toys and gifts for their own furry friend.
Lifepoints is an online consumer panel that has members in more than 70 countries around the world. According to their website, the platform gave out more than $22 million last year alone. Much like their panels, members create an account and answer a few basic questions to begin receiving surveys. Completed surveys earn a user points, which are redeemed for gift cards, PayPal credits and more.
Udemy is an online learning platform that connects students to expert instructors around the world. The platform currently provides services to more than 50 million students through 150,000+ online courses. Plus, their offering for working professionals provides more than 4,000 learning and development courses via a paid subscription model.
Toluna is an online panel that provides “the world’s first end-to-end, real-time consumer intelligence platform.” Their 30 million members across 68 international markets provide insights on consumer products and brands. Some of Toluna’s clients include Sony, Kraft foods, Amazon, Kellogg’s and Danone.
Glovo is a Spanish on-demand courier service focusing on food delivery. Their primary markets are Spanish speaking countries in Europe, South America and the Caribbean, in addition to other markets in Africa. The company delivers more than 100 million orders annually across 250 cities in 22 countries.
Last Mile Delivery is an online grocery delivery service. The platform connects customers with personal shoppers who purchase and deliver items on the customer’s behalf. Personal shoppers on the platform can earn up to €2,000 per month. The platform currently operates mainly Spain, although it also services parts of Romania and Hungary.
Workana is an online freelancer network with more than 1 million freelancers in Latin America, Brazil and South East Asia. Their client base includes firms like Iber, Cargil, Unidas, Hotmart. Their freelancer base tends to focus on creative services and software / web development.
Wayook is an online platform connecting home owners and renters with domestic service providers and cleaners via a process that takes less than 60 seconds. The platform also provides a similar service to independent businesses seeking cleaning services. The platform currently serves more the 100 cities - primarily in Spain.
HouseSit Match is an online platform that connects travelers to trustworthy individuals capable of taking care of their home and pets while away on holiday. To ensure home security through the platform, homeowner / renter contact information is kept private and all sitters undergo ID police checks upon joining. The service is free, as house and pet sitters are compensated with free lodging at the home during the time of booking.
Superprof is an online education platform connecting students and tutors around the world. Students can find instruction on subjects as diverse as math and how to play guitar. The platform features 13 million tutors in more than 1,000 subjects. All lessons are delivered online, allowing students and instructors to connect from any location.
A nearly ubiquitous sight in cities around the world since their launch in 2017, Lime is a mobile scooter and bike sharing platform. While the business model may seem completely self-contained in the app, the model does require a small army of gig workers to continuously redistribute bikes and scooters throughout a given city to ensure vehicles and parking spaces are always readily available.
FedEx Express is a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation that focuses on expedited delivery of freight and packages to locations across 6 continents. In addition to covering every U.S. street address and servicing more than 220 countries, their global network extends through 650 airports around the world. Their 2020 revenues exceeded $35 billion as they averaged about 6.5 million packages and 29 million pounds of freight daily.
GoPuff is an on-demand delivery service focusing on “daily essentials, delivered in minutes.” Beyond just food, the platform provides delivery for products including alcohol, electronics, baby essentials and more. Products are stored in local distribution centers to ensure fast delivery when its needed most.
TheONE is an international e-learning platform. It allows users to search for experts in a variety of subject matters who deliver their knowledge via webinars and live video chat. The platform is available in 141 countries and 57 languages. They also feature more than 69,944 expertises to choose from. Experts on the platform sign up for free, and they are compensated either by a per-minute rate or a fixed price.
Sittercity offers “sitters” of all kinds. While their primary business is providing child care and baby sitters, it’s their pet sitting service that lands at the 46 spot in our Hot 100 list. The platform boasts thousands of pet sitters in your area while serving a majority of cities in the U.S. In addition to sitters, users can also book walker, grooming and trainer services.
Inbox Dollars is an online panel and survey platform operating in the U.S. Users are paid for their participation in watching videos, taking surveys and using coupons. Since its founding in 2000, the platform has paid more than $30 million to participants.
Branded Surveys, part of the Go Branded network, is an online survey and panel platform connecting brands to the voices and opinions of real consumers. Their client base includes Nielsen, J.D. Power, GfK and more. Users are compensated through gift cards or PayPal, and they can even donate their earnings to charity.
Airbnb is an online short-term lodging marketplace. Hosts on the platform list their home, apartment or spare room for rent to guests. To date, the platform has grown to 4 million registered hosts who have served 800 million guests in 100,000 cities around the world. On average, hosts earn about $7,900 per year - although potential earnings depend on your listing, frequency, market and other rate factors.
Checkealos is an online user experiences insights platform that connects brands to real world internet users in order to analyze and improve the user experience of a website. The platform offers usability testing, competitor analysis, A/B testing and 360-degree expert reviews. Testers can join by creating an online profile, and answering a few simple questions to determine which projects are a fit.
Everli is an online grocery delivery platform based in Milan, Italy. The goal of the platform is to save shoppers time by providing a secure and easy way to receive produce and other grocery products. Since their founding in 2014, they have completed more than 1 million orders in 40 Italian provinces.
Fiverr is an online freelancer marketplace that focuses on creative, marketing and digital development services. While the platform was originally conceived as a place where users could contract a simple logo quickly for $5, it has since expanded to offer a wide variety of services at many different price points.
DollarsForYourThoughts is an online consumer survey platform. Based in Colorado, users can sign up quickly and easily via the website, answer a few questions to build out their profile and start answering surveys. The opinions that are submitted help to shape and improve real-world products.
Opinion Outpost is an online market research platform. More than 2 million users are currently on the platform, and are rewarded by offering their opinions by watching ads, answering surveys and testing new products. Users earn points that can be redeemed for Amazon or iTunes gift cards, cash and more.
Take A Chef brings the experience of a chef-driven restaurant meal into your own home. Users can access more than 4,000 chefs in 100 countries, personalize their own menu and let the chefs and their teams take care of the rest. The chef teams handle all the prep, cooking, table service and even the clean up. Since their founding in 2012, the platform has helped to serve more than 85,000 guests
Helpling is an online booking and payment platform that connects users with local home cleaners. All cleaners are pre-vetted by the platform. To date they have served more than 100,000 customers in 100 cities. Available throughout Europe, users can find a trusted house cleaner capable of deep or regular cleaning, ironing, appliance cleaning and more.
FedEx Freight is a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation that focuses on freight delivery needs throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Their 2020 revenues exceeded $7 billion. In addition, they averaged more than 105 thousands shipments daily, delivered by 43,000 team members and 25,000 vehicles.
One of the most well-known rideshare platforms in the world, Uber currently operates in 10,000 cities. There are more than 900,000 active Uber drivers in the U.S. and close to 3 million drivers globally. Interested drivers can apply online - driver requirements will vary depending on local laws.
GuruWalk is an online marketplace that connects travelers with local experts to deliver guided walking tours. Whether travelers are looking for rich historic and cultural sights or the best foodie spots, they can find their perfect walking tour on the platform. The platform operates in more than 1,000 cities in 100 countries around the world.
Qkids is an online education platform that connects more than 1 million children learning English with thousands of North American English-speaking instructors. Children learners are between the ages of four and 12 years old, and they are primarily based in China. Course modules are provided through the app. Those interested in becoming an instructor must hold a bachelor’s degree and relevant teaching licenses.
Coach.me is a platform that connects personal and professional coaches with clients across the U.S. The platform operates in six main categories: productivity, writing, business, meditation, health and habits. Users can sign up for a free habit tracker, or enroll in personal coaching starting from $25 a week. The platform serves more than 1 million clients with its network of more than 8,000 coaches.
Skipcart is an on-demand, last-mile delivery platform serving retailers, restaurants and grocers in 1,000 cities in the U.S. Their client base currently includes brands like PeiWei, Macaroni Grill, Red Lobster, TGIFriday’s and many more. Drivers undergo thorough background checks and must hold a valid driver’s license.
Babysits connects German parents to more than 2,910 active babysitters. It features secure messaging and reliable verifications for users. The platform also offers tips and articles for parents and sitters. The platform is free to use for babysitters. Payments for bookings are handled securely through the app.
SmartPanel USA is an online market research and insights platform. Participants earn cash by responding to surveys, and they are also automatically entered in monthly giveaways. Responses are used to improve digital experiences and technology products. Users can sign up for free online, or by downloading the app for Android or iPhone.
OneOpinion is an online market research platform. Users are rewarded for answering a variety surveys. Those rewards are then delivered via Visa gift cards, PayPal or Amazon gift cards. The platform is available to join for people living in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Papa connects seniors with younger adults for companionships and help with everyday tasks. Those tasks could include transportation services, laundry, light cleaning, running errands and technology assistance. All companions undergo background checks to ensure a safe and reliable experience.
Yoopies is a home care platform that pairs families with a service provider for a variety of needs. Services include childcare, housekeeping, pet sitting and senior care. The platform features a community of 3 million users across Europe. Users and care providers can join for free. Users can search for providers based on more than 50 search criteria.
Userlytics is an online user experience platform for businesses that are seeking to improve their websites, apps, prototypes and more. Some of their clients include Canon, Coca-Cola, Google, L’Oreal, Trivago and Verizon, among others. The community of testers currently has more than 500,000 users across the world.
Alorica provides outsourced customer experience solutions for brands around the world. Most often, they provide outsourced, distributed call centers. This results in 2 billion customer interactions on behalf of their clients, 70 percent of which are Global 500 brands. In addition to telephony / voice services, they also offer social media, email, chat and content moderation services.
Just Eat is a food ordering and delivery platform providing takeout services for restaurants in Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. While they built their business model around the gig economy model, where delivery drivers work as independent contractors, Just Eat announced in 2020 that they will begin offering their drivers an hourly wage.
Byrd is an international e-commerce logistics and fulfillment network that serves the European market. With fulfillment centers located in strategic positions throughout the content, byrd provides online merchants with fast and effective delivery options. Currently, they are able to ship 10,000 orders per day from their 10 warehouses.
Sitly is an Italian platform pairing parents with trustworthy babysitters. The platform features more than 140,000 parents and sitters across Italy. While the platform doesn’t perform any background checks on either sitters or families, they provide a set of tools for the parties to get to know each other before any booking.
Didactica Digital is an online education platform serving the Spanish market. Through their Supertics program, they offer face-to-face tutoring over video chat with tutors in the learner’s city. The program is aimed at students aged five through 12. Subject matters for the face-to-face program focus on mathematics and reading skills.
Que Opinas is an online survey platform serving the Spanish market. Like other survey platforms, users can sign up via their computer and mobile device to get started. Completed surveys earn points, which can redeemed for cash that is distributed by PayPal or Western Union.
En Brazos is an online child care marketplace operating in Spain. Their care providers are carefully selected and undergo psychological evaluations to ensure the care provided via the platform meets the highest possible standards. To date, there are 4,100 registered child care candidates serving 500 families. Care providers who are interested in joining, and who have at least 3 years of education in child care or equivalent professional experience, can apply via the website.
Scripted is an online freelancer platform connecting copywriters and clients. The platform’s connections have helped create 143,000 writing jobs for more than 46,000 clients. They boast 297 million words written by the writers on Scripted. Currently, the platform is available in 24 countries around the world.
Bolt is a transportation platform that serves more than 50 million people in 40 countries around the world. Beyond rideshare services, the platform also connects customers with motorcycles and shared scooters. They also feature a restaurant delivery offering. Since their founding 5 years ago, they have been valued at more than $1 billion.
StickerRide is a digitally powered outdoor advertising platform for drivers around the world. Drivers can enroll in the program to receive branded vinyl decals to be placed on their car. The app features a variety of mechanics that can help save drivers money on their car insurance while earning money from the advertising displayed on their vehicle. The app has been downloaded more than 40,000 times, and StickerRide drivers have logged 3 million road miles to date.
Myiyo is an international online community of consumers who provide their opinions through paid market research surveys. The platform has grown over the past 15 years to include millions of people worldwide. Myiyo is currently available in key markets in Europe and South America. They are also available in South Africa.
Mondelez International is a multinational confectionery, beverage and snack foods company. Their annual revenue is approximately $26 billion across 160 countries. In 2018, they ranked 117 in the Forbes 500. Some of their brands include Oreo, Ritz, Cadbury, Trident and Jell-O.
Rent A Local Friend bills itself as an “experiential travel marketplace” that connects travelers with local experts. Locals can enroll to provide their expertise in-person, as a virtual friend over video chat or by offering tips as a remote concierge. The platform currently has 1470 locals across 311 cities.
Grubhub is an online food ordering and delivery marketplace. The platform boasts 300,000 restaurant partners across 4,000 U.S. cities and London. They currently serve 30 million active diners and 668,000 daily orders. According to their website, they’ve sent $3 billion in tips to drivers.
PICKUP provides same day pickup and delivery services. The platform was originally designed to solve the issue of consumers who wish to purchase a large item from a retailer, but don’t have a vehicle big enough to bring it home. The service specializes in handling merchandise weighing more than 50 pounds, that needs to be transported less than 50 miles.
Aide-au-top Is an online marketplace providing a variety of care services to customers in France. Care services on the platform include pet sitting, house work, tutors and educational services, babysitters and senior care. Care provider profiles are validated to ensure correct contact information, and the platform displays recommendations from past clients. According to their website, more than 350,000 people have recommended Aide-au-top.
AmeriPro Roofing bills itself as the “#1 residential roofer in the USA” having served more than 150,000 customers since 2000. They specialize in roof repair due to storm damage as well as roof replacement. They are currently licensed in Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Tennessee, Maryland, Wisconsin, North Carolina, South Carolina, Iowa and Nebraska.
HomeAway was a vacation rental marketplace. Originally founded in 2005, the platform was purchased by Expedia in 2015, and later merged with Vrbo at the end of 2020. It allowed users to list a variety of vacation rentals including cabins, castles, barns and villas - along with more traditional rentals like condo units.
99Freelas is an online freelancer marketplace specializing in creative and web development services for the Brazilian market. The platform consist of 890,000 freelancers who have completed about 44,000 projects worth more than $1.4 million. Contracting freelancers and payments are handled securely and transparently through the app.
RentCharlie is an online marketplace in which neighbors can rent various items to each other. The platform specializes in the rental of hand tools, heavy equipment, wedding rentals, party decor and property rentals.
CitizenShipper connects pet owners and breeders with professional, trusted animal transporters across the U.S. All transporters on the platform undergo background checks to ensure a high level of confidence for their customers. Over the past 2 years alone, they have helped solved the transportation needs for more than 20,000 pet lovers.
As the name implies, National Consumer Panel partners with brands to provide consumer insights and shopping trends. Participating consumers are equipped with a special barcode reader, and are instructed to scan all of the products in their home as well as any products they buy. The panel tracks information such as the retailer from which an item is purchased, purchase frequency and the effectiveness of special offers. Participants are compensated with points that may be redeemed for gift cards and other rewards.
Nannyfy is a virtual child care and nanny platform that connects children ages four to 12 with nannies. Led by their app software, the platform provides a suite of customizable activities that is led by specialized and trained nannies in the comfort and security of your own home. The platform features more than 100 activities in English and Spanish.
Skipthedishes is an online food ordering and delivery service that specializes in providing takeaway services for restaurants that don’t normally offer such options. They currently serve the Canadian market. Drivers on the platform keep 100 percent of their delivery fees and tips.
Fetch is a mobile shopping and consumer insights platform. Users on the platform are rewarded for scanning receipts from their recent purchases with the app. Users gain points from their expenditures, which can be later redeemed for gift cards or charitable donations
YouGov is an international public opinion firm that serves governments, companies and institutions around the world. They boast 11 million registered members in more than 40 markets. This allows the firm to collect thousands of consumer insight data points for their clients. Members earn points by answering surveys, which can later be redeemed for cash. Survey topics range from opinions regarding major brands to breaking news or television shows.
Jyve is a “skills-as-a-service” platform that finds and identifies gig workers for retailers’ demands. The platform works primarily with grocers, and supplies them with on-demand workers for stocking, ordering, display building, brand ambassador and shelf auditing needs. They seek to fill the gap between retailers and growing on-demand delivery needs from consumers. To date, they have fulfilled more than 1 million requests, stocked 53 million cases and serve 1,460 cities across the U.S.
La Roue Verte is an online rideshare platform that specializes in point-to-point carpooling throughout France. Drivers with an extra available seat in their vehicle post an upcoming trip to the platform. Users seeking a ride then contact the driver to express their interest. The platform is completely free to use for both drivers and riders. Compensation between the two parties is arranged and completed outside of the app.
Point Club is an online market research firm. Participants are asked for their opinions on various topics via surveys and questionnaires. Completed surveys earn users points, which can later be redeemed for cash payments. Since its founding in 2007, the platform has paid out more than $20 million to its members.