Interview with Jack Campbell

New episode of GigWatch-podden! This episode is an interview in English with Jack Campbell who is active in Wolt Workers Group, an organizing initiative among Wolt couriers under the Danish trade union 3F. He is […]

Gig economy companies


Bolt is a company founded in 2013 under the name Taxify by the Estonian brothers Markus and Martin Villig, with the goal of creating an app-based taxi service in the style of Uber specifically focused […]

Gig economy companies


Foodora is a company founded in 2014 in Germany that specializes in food deliveries via bicycle, moped and car. The company’s operations currently span 19 countries in North America, Europe and Asia. Foodora has previously […]

Gig economy companies


Gigstr launched in 2016 and works pretty much like an app-based supply agency within the sectors events, marketing, and sales. Companies contact Gigstr to receive personel on demand and Gigstr puts ads in its app […]

Gig economy companies is a Swedish company founded in 2014 that through their website and app delivers food via bike, moped, or car. It works by having different restaurants connect to the website and in turn couriers […]

Gig economy companies


Taskrunner is a Swedish company with a similar concept to the American Taskrabbit. Private individuals post tasks that they want help with (garbage collecting, wall-painting, etc) and users in the app can then apply for […]

Gig economy companies


Tiptapp was founded in 2015 by Timothy Bjelkstam, Fredric Rylander, David Höök, and Anders Lövbrand. The app was launched in 2016 with a focus on doing business in Stockholm. The concept is to work as […]

Gig economy companies


Voi is a Swedish app company that may be best known for their electric scooters that have been placed around various Swedish cities. The company is also established in France, Spain, and Portugal. Like many […]

Gig economy companies


Private individuals post tasks in the app that youth in the ages 16-21 are supposed to do. It’s free to post these ads. Yepstr, like other gig companies, take a percentage cut of every payment, […]