Needed is a freelance marketplace created exclusively for Kiwis. We bring together New Zealand’s finest freelancers and agencies into one, go-to platform for getting things done.
One of the biggest challenges for business, small or large, is finding the right people for the job. While the availability of online resources and the rise of the gig economy has made it easier than ever to connect with talent of all kinds from all around the world, it has also brought with it its own set of challenges. After all, a bigger talent pool often means you need to swim further to find the right match. From communication issues brought about by different time zones and language barriers, through to the risk of dealing with people you don’t know or who aren’t who they say they are, it can all be too much to deal with.
That is where Needed comes in. We take all the hard work out by bringing together reliable and talented freelancers and agencies who will have no problem understanding your Kiwi businesses because they are Kiwis themselves.
From logo designers to songwriters, social media managers to accounting experts, asset management to academic proofreading, our New Zealand exclusive network features over 200 different categories and specialities. As a business, this means you can find exactly the help you need, at the right price, and in the right time frame. What’s even better is by using Needed, you will be helping support local talent, and putting your money back into the New Zealand economy.
As a nation of entrepreneurs and go-getters, we know that New Zealand is full of talent just waiting to be discovered. With Needed, you no longer have to wait. Our platform makes it easy for you to set up a profile and start connecting with local businesses who are looking for people just like you.
Whether you are a new freelancer trying to get more experience, or an established agency looking for new clients to add to your book, Needed is your chance to show off your skills and help other New Zealand entrepreneurs or businesses bring their projects to life.