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F|Staff Competes In Competition At Staffing Industry Analysts

F| Staff, represented by CEO Justin Clarke, which provides an online platform for truck driver staffing, was a finalist in the Gig Economy ‘Shark Tank’ competition. 

What the competition entailed:

Five finalist firms pitched their business models before a panel of expert judges, who chose what they felt were the best models. All five companies in the competition were nominated for the event and chosen to present in September of 2019 from a field of 20 nominations received.


Two technology companies, AppJobs and Keeper Tax, tied to win the Shark Tank-styled competition at Staffing Industry Analysts’ Collaboration in the Gig Economy conference in San Diego. AppJobs has helped some 300,000 people to find an app to make money through human cloud platforms and each week adds more than 10,000 new members. Co-winner Keeper Tax aims to assist human cloud workers with their taxes. Workers sign up online and link their credit card or bank account to the site, which uses machine learning to identify tax write-offs on a year’s worth of transactions. It also enables them to file taxes.

 

Other finalists presenting before the judges included Khonvo, represented by Andrew Rising, founder and CEO, which aims to provide automation to assist recruiters, and F| Staff, represented by CEO Justin Clarke, which provides an online platform for truck driver staffing.


Shark Tank judges at the event were Thomas Jajeh, CEO and founder of twago; Jody Miller, co-founder and CEO of Business Talent Group; Gary Swart, general partner of Polaris Partners; and Fabio Rosati, executive chairman at Snag.

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