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A Marketplace for Recruiting Diverse Talent

Minority Founders | Female Founder | Talent Acquisition, Human Capital, Recruiting, Fintech, Freelance, Future Of Work, Gig Economy, Diversity & Inclusion

Invest in is a talent acquisition marketplace that provides businesses with a way to recruit, hire and pay diverse-- contract, contigent, freelance, on-demand and permanent talent, located in the US and abroad.

Incluzion, powered by Spendwith Corp, is seeking investments to scale its competitive advantage as the only diversity and freelance focused, fintech-enabled talent marketplace, connecting companies seeking to hire diverse talent with women and professionals-of-color. 

The Incluzion marketplace is designed to provide companies with access to the on-demand skills needed to grow its operations.  Skills like marketing, web development, design, content creation and more

With a heavy emphasis on Freelance/On-Demand work as the workforce model of the future, Incluzion is designed to empower women, who make up nearly two-thirds of U.S. Freelancers (69%) and underrepresented talent overall, with the ability to work from anywhere, the option to choose enjoyable work, and more flexibility for work-life balance.  

This investment round will fund the continued scaling of the talent marketplace, expansion of our direct hiring / recruiting business model and the initial development of AI integration for advanced skills matching.

Deal Highlights:

  • First to market with a talent-recruitment + fintech marketplace that focuses on professionals-of-color and women professionals, in freelance and traditional employment roles.
  • $47K previously raised from 200+ Spendwith Corp supporters through a previous Regulation CF round.
  • Strategic partnerships with several diversity focused tech startups addressing the "future of work"
  • Upcoming pilots with select coding boot camps to encourage recent graduates to join Incluzion as freelancers.
  • Founding team with 20 years of corporate executive HR experience, 18 years of experience in entrepreneurship, 6 years experience as a previous tech startup founder, 3 years of STEM non-profit founder experience, participation in 2 pre-accelerators, 2 startup incubators, 1 startup boot camp and 1 coding boot camp. 
  • Featured in UrbanGeekz Magazine

Freelance-- is the future workforce model. 

In the US, 57 million freelance professionals collectively earn $1.4 trillion each year performing freelance, project, contract, consultant, contingent, or independent based work. It is projected that 30 million additional professionals are estimated to become freelancers over the next 10 years, making freelancing the primary way people in the US will earn a living.   Incluzion has emerged as the only diversity-focused talent marketplace and recruiting platform that has a heavy emphasis on facilitating freelance/on-demand work between companies and historically marginalized talent.


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The US workforce is experiencing a major shift right now!

51% freelance workforce by 2027


Full time employees in minority by 2025


Incluzion's secret sauce? A diverse pipeline of talent. 

Why Focus on Diversity?

Organizations with a diverse workforce have more ideas for solving service, sourcing, and allocation of resources. Employees from diverse backgrounds bring individual talents and experiences in suggesting ideas that are flexible in adapting to fluctuating markets and customer demands.

A diverse collection of skills and experiences (e.g. languages, problem-solving skills, cultural understanding) give companies the ability to service customers on a global basis.

Social Impact Problems

• Global competition from freelance talent using aggressive outreach 

Studies indicate bias exists on existing platforms for freelance talent 

Studies indicate female freelancers earn 30% less than male freelancers

Social Impact Solutions

• Eliminate the pipeline & talent pool excuse regarding diverse talent.

• Provide a technology that will empower marginalized groups in the US with the ability to innovate in their careers as freelance professionals.

• Create partnerships that drive a diverse "Future of Work".

View our Diversity Initiatives whitepaper

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We aren't just connecting companies to talent. 

We're partnering with online learning platforms to educate micro-entrepreneurs and professionals how to excel in the on-demand jobs market, become successful and access resources for continuous learning.

Our partners will educate professionals looking for employment to:

  • Earn money while looking for employment
  • Build a portfolio to leverage future employment
  • Build layoff-proof skills that ensure flexibility
  • Understand the changing dynamics of the global workforce trends by 2027

We will partner with companies that provide:

  • Freelancer Health Care Benefits 
  • Financial literacy 
  • Tax preparation
  • Credit Repair
  • Brand strategy
  • And other resources that enhance the freelancer lifestyle.

View all of our Partners

Most College students are graduating without a JOB!

An study indicates 83% of college students don't have a job lined up before graduation. More and more are weighing the option of freelancing after graduating from college and coding boot camps.

With the help of our partners, we educate college students looking for non-freelance employment on how to:

  • Earn money while looking for employment
  • Build a portfolio to leverage future employment
  • Build 21st-century skills that ensure flexibility, collaboration, critical thinking, communication, creativity, and innovation
  • Understand the changing dynamics of the global workforce trends by 2027

View our Becoming a Freelancer whitepaper

Companies benefit from on-demand talent!

Small Businesses


  • Access to global network outside of local market
  • On-demand access to specialized skill sets
  • Reduces full-time employee overhead burden
  • Provides pipeline of potential full-time employees with a proven track record
  • Save money

View our Hiring Freelance Talent whitepaper

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Large Companies



  • Work with our Client team to scope a customized project description that will deliver on your most important skills and diversity objectives.
  • Our team will tap into our network of professionals to recommend talent with the highest potential of succeeding on your project.
  • We work with you to approve talent that will participate in your project, flex their skills and immediately begin contributing to your organization.
  • At the conclusion of the project, extend offers of additional projects to talent that exceeds your expectations.
  • We'll work with journalists and publications across the country to tell a national audience about your company's commitment to innovation and diversity

View our Diversity Initiatives whitepaper

International Companies are Hiring US Freelance Talent to Compete in the US

"Reverse outsourcing is feverishly taking place now as companies from developing economies seek to gain a greater foothold in developed markets. The reason: Hiring talent with knowledge of a local culture can help gain a competitive advantage and quickly achieve attractive profit margins."

How Incluzion works.

1. Submit a Request

After creating an account, submit a "request for talent" based on the skills required.

2. Hire the Best Fit

Review candidates and have a 15-20 minute interview. Then hire the best candidate for the job.

3. Milestones/Chat

Use Incluzion's platform to set payment milestones, share files and more.

4. Pay Securely

Payment is held in escrow and only released to talent when milestones are approved.


Want more technical details?

? Learn more on our website

The founding team to make it happen.

Jibril SulaimanMaxine Cain are textbook examples of co-founders with diverse but complementary skills. Serial entrepreneur Sulaiman has the hustle mentality of a founder determined to leave a legacy. Cain climbed the corporate ladder to an executive HR management role at Verizon Wireless.

8 years ago CEO Jibril Sulaiman used a hiring practice only now starting to be used by fortune 500 companies like GM and GE to launch his first tech startup, Pay Sell Co.  He spent over half a million dollars hiring freelance talent for legal work, accounting, app/web development, design, voice-overs, video editing and more. He was able to scale that company to #484 in the 2016 Inc. 5000 for 700% growth and $9.8M in sales. Before his venture in the startup world, Jibril was the owner of several retail wireless stores, achieving $3.6M in yearly sales.  As a board member for his hometown's African American Chamber of Commerce, Jibril applied his experience in entrepreneurship to the real world problem of improving the economic conditions for Black-owned businesses in Pensacola, FL. 

COO Maxine Cain is a Senior Human Resources leader and the founder of STEM Atlanta Women. She is an entrepreneurial personality known for changing the way employees live, work and play and doing work that matters by making breakthroughs in STEM, interactive entertainment, digital media, Internet of Things, and broadband services for customers in the telecommunications and technology industry.

Maxine is a strategic business leader, possessing the ability and passion to influence with and without authority; to coach, counsel, mentor, and develop employees and business leaders at all levels. She is a business leader with a high degree of business acumen, leadership development, employee engagement, change management and alignment of HR with organizational strategy.  Maxine has nineteen years of "across the board" experience in human resources, human capital management, employee relations, diversity and inclusion, staffing, recruiting, customer operations, research, budget analysis, financial planning and executive reporting. 

Maxine was responsible for delivering industry-leading human resources and organizational results across 2000+ employees at Verizon Wireless in the Southeast/Atlanta region. She created and executed HR strategies and programs to deliver an exceptional customer experience, employee experience, and company performance.

Companies are hiring talent on Incluzion right now!

Daniel Fitch, CEO of Natural Leaders Media.  Daniel requested a freelance video editor through Incluzion.  Click the video to hear his experience.

It was crunch time for Go Together, Inc founder Kimberly Moore.  Moore is a tech startup founder that was scheduled to pitch her rideshare app CarpooltoSchool at SXSW in just a few days.  And although she could have used another talent marketplace to hire or asked her social media network for help, Kimberly wanted to connect with a diverse person like herself. Therefore, she turned to Incluzion and requested a freelancer through the platform to design a winning pitch deck. 

Kimberly M. was presented with several candidates but ultimately chose front-end developer and designer, Kimberly Harris.  Harris is employed as a software development intern and wanted to supplement her income.  Kimberly H. was able to reply to the request with a fee she was comfortable with and   Kimberly M's budget.  After Kimberly M. (the client) uploaded the payment to escrow, Kimberly H. (the freelancer) promptly completed and returned the finished pitch deck. After Kimberly M marked the job as complete, Kimberly H. was distributed payment minus the 10% Incluzion platform fee. The result: Kimberly Moore won $10,000 at SXSW for her pitch!!!

Here's why you should invest in

Incluzion is rooted in the belief that micro-entrepreneurship is the solution for economic independence and prosperity. 

Here's the story of one of our professionals on Incluzion: Calvin was born and raised in the poorest town in the state of Florida. A small country saw-mill town of about 1,800 people where the average income is only $7,000 a year. A town where you only had two real options: you either worked for the local prison or you resided in it.

Calvin refused to do either, so he developed skills in online marketing and learned how to find work on the internet. It was a way for him to prosper while still being able to live locally. He was able to leverage his marketing talents to create a life for himself in his hometown.

Incluzion's founders want to give people like the residents of Century FL, and areas just like Century, the opportunity to exercise their talents with the help of technology. Why? Because although talent is evenly distributed, the opportunity to use those talents is not.

There is an overflow of work that companies need help with and an untapped gold-mine of talent hungry to do the work. Incluzion's goal is to help provide job opportunities to marginalized talent and to talent in places where access to opportunity is limited or non-existent.  

We believe Incluzion can provide millions of people with the opportunity to live the life they desire while doing the work they enjoy and have the ability to stay in their own home towns."

View Incluzion's Executive Summary

View Incluzion's Pitch Deck

In order to fast-track the development of the technology, Incluzion has resolved to provide Hiring Credits as a perk for purchasing shares. Investors who take part in the Class B  Non-Voting Common Stock offering will also receive Incluzion credits as a bonus perk. Incluzion credits will ONLY be used as credits for hiring talent through the Incluzion Marketplace.  Join us as we change the face of the Future of Work & Micro-Entrepreneurship. 

Investment: Class B Common Non-Voting stock, $0.01 par value per share.

$1.37/share of Class B Non-Voting Common Stock|When you invest you are betting the company's future equity value will exceed $4.1M.


Talent Hiring Credits

The Offering includes 10 Credits for every $1 invested.  In addition, the following bonuses apply, and these perks are subject to the Bonus Rates and Terms noted below.  

Individual Incluzion Credits Bonus Rates:  Individual Investors who participate in the Incluzion Regulation CF crowdfunding campaign may be eligible to receive bonus credits if they contribute more than the minimum investment.  The size of the bonus will depend on the size of the investment, and the bonus thresholds are as follows: 

  • $200 - If you invest $200.02-$499, you'll receive a 0% Credit Bonus (i.e. 10 Incluzion Credits per $1 invested).
    EX: $200 investment X 10 Credit Perk = 2,000 Incluzion Credits
  • $500+ - If you invest $500-$1999, you'll receive a 20% Credit Bonus (i.e. 2 extra Incluzion Credits per $1 invested; a total of 12 credits per $1 invested).
    EX: $500 investment X 12 Credit Perk = 6,000 Incluzion Credits
  • $2,000+ - If you invest $2,000-$9,999, you will receive a 40% Credit Bonus, for a total of 14 Credits per $1 invested.
    EX: $2,000 investment X 14 Credit Perk= 28,000 Incluzion Credits 
  • $10,000+ - If you invest $10,000-$49,999, you will receive a 60% Credit Bonus, for a total of 16 Credits per $1 invested.  
    EX: $10,000 investment X 16 Credit Perk = 160,000 Incluzion Credits
  • $50,000+ - If you invest $50,000-$99,000, you will receive an 80% Credit Bonus, for a total of 18 Credits per $1 invested.
    EX: $50,000 investment X 18 Credit Perk = 900,000 Incluzion Credits
  • $100,000+ - If you invest $100,000 you will receive a 100% Credit Bonus, for a total of 20 Credits per $1 invested.
    EX: $100,000 investment X 20 Credit Perk = 2,000,000 Incluzion Credits

Group Credits Bonus Structure: In addition to whatever individual Incluzon Credit bonuses an investor may receive for their individual investment, the entire investor pool may receive an additional Incluzion Credit bonus, for their performance in helping Incluzion reach certain investment milestones.  Additional Incluzion Credit bonuses are as follows:

  • $107,000+ - "Milestone A".  If the TruCrowd investor community collectively contributes more than $107,000 in total investment, each individual investor who participates in Milestone A, will receive 5 extra credits per $1 invested.     
  • $535,000+ - "Milestone B".  If the TruCrowd investor community collectively contributes more than $535,000 in total investment, each individual investor who participates in Milestone B, will receive 5 extra Incluzion Credits per $1 invested and each individual investor who participated in Milestone A will now receive 10 extra Incluzion Credits total per $1 invested.

*All perks will be delivered after the campaign is completed and upon the availability of the Incluzion Credits.  See Offering Summary below for additional terms.

For details on the bonus, please see the Offering Summary below.

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June 2017
Our Company Launches!

Spendwith Corp is founded.

October 2017 - March 2018
Ascend 2020 Atlanta Pre-accelerator

A technology startup and small business support ecosystem for minority-led companies throughout Atlanta.

October 2017
Raised $47,000 through Investment Crowdfunding

March 2018
Launched the Spendwith App

The app allowed users to curate businesses by culture and share these groups of businesses with friends and family.

May 2018
Founder Gym Startup Bootcamp

Virtual training center for underrepresented startup founders.

June 2018
Pivoted: Spendwith App to Incluzion

We learned from certain mistakes, kept the diversity focus & pivoted to a more sustainable business model. Same company but with a different focus.

October 2018
image Launched launches as first platform for hiring diverse freelance talent.

November 2018
First Company Revenues

A client hired a freelancer on Incluzion to edit footage into a video.

January 2018
Maxine Cain Joined as Co-founder & COO

Maxine is a former Verizon Senior HR Executive & advocates for women enter to STEM roles through her non-profit.

April 2019
Launched Recruiting Biz Model

Incluzion began offering recruiting services for placement of permanent talent.

June 2019 June 2019
Launched on TruCrowd

Now YOU can own a part of our company!

October 2019
Hiring Credits Integration

We will have the hiring credits integrated to enable companies to utilize talent faster.

December 2019
Integration of AI for skills matching

We will have the initial AI development completed enabling optimal skills matching between freelancers and jobs.

In the Press

Meet Our Team

Jibril Sulaiman
Co-Founder / CEO

Jibril is an 18-year entrepreneur.

2017: Jibril has served as the CEO of Spendwith Corp, startup that has focused on building technologies that enable entrepreneurship in diverse communities. As CEO Jibril participated in the ATDC Accelerate program, Ascend2020 ATL and FounderGym before before pivotting the company from a focus on diverse brick-and-mortar businesses to diverse human-capital-solutions (Incluzion freelancing). 

 2011-2017: Jibril was the President of Pay Sell Co. a tech company launched after experiencing issues in accepting wireless payments. Under Pay Sell Co he created the platform "Cellpay" to provide a way wireless dealers across the country could accept payments from customers paying on their prepaid wireless accounts . Pay Sell Co was ranked #484 on the 2016 INC.5000 for 700% growth over 3 years and $9.8M in sales for 2015.

2017-Present: Jibril has been a freelance Startup/Tech Consultant & web developer. 

2015-2016: Previous startups included & From 

2014-2016: Served as boardmember for the Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce, where his focus was on fostering entreprenuership within the black business community.  

2001-2010 Jibril was the owner of In-Style Wireless & The Cell Phone Place. A chain of wireless stores that generated as high as $3.6M in annual sales.

Black Enterprise | The Undisputed | The Prepaid Press | The Atlanta Voice | The Daily Brew | The Washington Informer | The Pensacola News Journal | The Plug Daily | Florida Trends Magazine | Black Moguls Magazine | Urban Geekz

Maxine Cain
Co-Founder / COO

Maxine Cain is a dynamic people leader with 31 years of professional business experience known for changing the way employees and leaders live, work, and play by doing work that matters. 

2016 - 2019, Maxine Founded, STEM Atlanta Women, Inc. Maxine is the Founder & President of STEM Atlanta Women. STEM Atlanta Women is a non-profit 501c(3) organization created to Enlighten, Educate, and Empower women and girls about the advantages and global opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

November 2016 - March 2018 Maxine served as a Senior Human Resources Director at Caduceus Occupational Medicine. A national provider of medical management services and multi-site medical clinics related to Occupational Medicine.

August 1994 - September 2015 -- Maxine served as a Senior Human Resources leader and entrepreneurial personality at Verizon Wireless for twenty-one years making breakthroughs in STEM, interactive entertainment, digital media, Internet of Things and broadband services for customers in the telecommunications and technology industry.

Lebone Moses

Lebone C. Moses is a business strategist, coach, angel investor and entrepreneur. Featured in multiple publications (with Black Enterprise Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, National Association of Black Accountants Spectrum Magazine, Women 2.0 and Pipeline Angels), Ms. Moses has over 15 years of experience assessing and advising businesses (from small start-ups to large multi-national corporations). This includes providing strategic consulting services to entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and leadership teams, through Chisara Ventures Inc., as well as providing coaching and thought-leadership to investors and entrepreneurs at industry-leading forums.

Chris Redd

Chris is an experienced expert leader with over 11 years of experience in technology and healthcare. He is highly motivated and passionate about people, business development, and investing. Striving to bring more diversity and inclusion in the startup and investing ecosystem.

Brittany Arnold
Marketing Consultant

Brittany is the owner of Savvy Elites LLC, a PR and Marketing firm and also holds a Master's Degree in Business. Ms. Arnold is yet another example of Incluzion using it's own platform to onboard diverse talent in order to scale it's operations!

Offering Summary




Corporate Address


3600 Cherokee St NW Suite 120 #3038 , Kennesaw, GA 30144

Offering Minimum



Offering Maximum



Minimum Investment Amount

(per investor)




Offering Type



Security Name


Class B Non-voting Stock

Minimum Number of Shares Offered



Maximum Number of Shares Offered



Price per Share



Pre-Money Valuation




Up to 364,963 Shares of Class B Non-voting Common Stock, $1.37 per share

Offering Target Amount: 7,300 Shares of Class B Non Voting Common Stock ($10,001.00)

Offering Maximum Amount: 781,021 Shares of Class B Non Voting Common Stock ($1,069,998.77)

Minimum individual investment amount: 146 Shares ($200.02)

Maximum individual investment amount: 781,021 Shares ($1,069,998.77)

The following summary highlights selected information contained in the Offering Memorandum. This summary does not contain all of the information that may be important to you. You should read the more detailed information contained in the Offering Memorandum, including, but not limited to, the risk factors.

The Offering

Spendwith, Corp. (the "Company") is offering up to one hundred thousand shares (781,021) shares of its Class B Non-Voting Common Stock on a "best efforts" basis.  The offering may continue until the earlier of TBD DATE (which date may be extended at our option) or the date when all the shares have been sold. The shares will be priced at $1.37 per share.

Our target offering amount is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,001.00). We will accept investments in excess of the target amount. Specifically, if we reach the target offering amount of $10,001.00, we may conduct the first of multiple closings of the offering early if we provide notice about the new offering deadline at least five (5) business days prior to such new offering deadline (absent a material change that would require an extension of the offering and reconfirmation of the investment commitment). Oversubscriptions will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

In case of a material change in the offering, the investor must reconfirm the investment commitment. If an investor does not reconfirm their investment commitment after a material change, the investor's commitment will be cancelled and their funds returned.

Generally, the aggregate purchase price of the shares you buy in this offering may not exceed ten percent (10%) of your annual income or net worth. Different rules apply to accredited investors and non-natural persons. We encourage you to review Rule 227 of Regulation Crowdfunding before you make any representation that your intended investment does not exceed applicable thresholds. For general information on investing, we encourage you to refer to

General Terms of the Offering


Spendwith, Corp., a Delaware corporation.

Securities Being Offered

Class B Common Non-Voting stock, $0.01 par value per share.

Price Per Share

$1.37 per Share. 

Minimum Offering Amount

7,300 Shares for gross proceeds of $10,001.00.

Maximum Offering Amount

781,021 Shares for gross proceeds of $1,069,998.77.

Eligible Investors

The Offering of Shares is open to international investors.


Proceeds of the sale of the Shares will be held by FundAmerica, as escrow agent, until such time as we have accepted subscriptions for the minimum offering amount of Shares. In the event we have not received proceeds from the sale of Shares for the minimum offering amount prior to the expiration of the Offering, no securities will be sold in the Offering, investment commitments will be canceled, and committed funds will be returned to Investors without deduction, interest or setoff. 

Voting Rights

Each Share will be non-voting.

IPO Conversion

In the event that we close on an initial public offering ("IPO") of our stock, outstanding shares of the Non-voting Common Stock will be converted into shares of the class or series of stock offered and sold in such IPO, subject to the requirement that each holder first enter into a customary market stand-off agreement.

Regulation A Exchange

In the event that we conduct an offering under Regulation A of the same class of securities or an equivalent class of securities offered and sold in the Offering, Investors will be required to exchange the Non-voting Common Stock for the securities offered and sold under such Regulation A offering.

Transfer Restrictions

The Shares may not be transferred by any purchaser of such securities for the one-year period following the closing unless under certain circumstances. Please see "Ownership and Capital Structure; Rights of the Securities-Transferability of securities" in the Offering Memorandum.

Book Entry Shares

All Shares will be uncertificated and recorded in book-entry form on the books and records of ITFT, except as otherwise required by law. We expect to engage a registered transfer agent prior to the closing of the Offering, but may, in our sole discretion, decide to act as our own registrar and transfer agent in connection with the Offering. 

Dispute Resolution

The Subscription Agreement will be governed by the laws of the State of North Carolina. By signing the Subscription Agreement, each Investor submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located in North Carolina with respect to any suit, action or proceeding relating to the Offering.  

Redemption RIGHTS:

 The Company shall have the right to repurchase Shares at $1.65 per share within 34 months of the final closing of this Offering.

Closing and Termination of Offering

Until the minimum offering amount of Shares have been sold, all proceeds from the sale of Shares will be held by the escrow agent. After the minimum offering amount of Shares are sold and we determine, in our sole discretion, to conduct an initial closing of the Offering, we will provide notice about the new offering deadline at least five business days prior to the new offering deadline (absent a material change that would require an extension of the offering and reconfirmation of the investment commitment), after which time all amounts held by the escrow agent will be delivered to Spendwith, Corp. Thereafter, we may conduct additional closings until the final offering deadline up to the maximum offering amount. In the event we do not sell the minimum offering amount of Shares by the Offering Deadline, no securities will be sold in the Offering, investment commitments will be canceled, and committed funds will be returned. 

The Shares will be offered and closed only when a properly completed and signed Subscription Agreement is submitted by each Investor or his/her representative and is received and accepted by us. The Subscription Agreement as submitted by each Investor or his/her representative shall be binding once Spendwith, Corp. countersigns the Subscription Agreement. The Shares will be maintained in book-entry form, and notice of issuance of the Shares will be delivered to accepted Investors shortly after the applicable closing.

Investors may cancel an investment commitment until 48 hours prior to the offering deadline. If an investor does not cancel an investment commitment before the 48-hour period prior to the offering deadline, the funds will be released to the issuer upon closing of the offering and the investor will receive securities in exchange for their investment.


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Jibril Sulaiman2 weeks ago

Here's the Origin Story of, the first diversity-focused freelance marketplace in the industry. This snippet from a recent interview.

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Other Disclosures

Read the Form C filed with the SEC for other important disclosures, like financial statements, Directors, Officers, shareholders with more than 20% of voting rights, and more.
Use of Proceeds
The Company may make Use of Proceeds. Such Use of Proceeds, which may be in material amounts in excess of $10,000, may include by way of example and not limitation: Vendor payments and salary made to management, business associates, relatives, related parties and/or affiliates thereof; expenses labeled "Administration Expenses" that are not strictly for administrative purposes; expenses labeled "Travel and Entertainment"; and expenses that are for the purposes of intercompany debt or back payments.

Without limiting the above, the Company may elect to vary from the proposed use of funds as circumstances or assessments of circumstances following the closing change.
Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
This offering contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. We caution investors that any forward-looking statements presented in this offering, or which management may make orally or in writing from time to time, are based on the Company’s beliefs and assumptions made by, and information currently available to, the Company. When used, the words “anticipate,” “believe,” “expect,” “intend,” “may,” “might,” “plan,” “estimate,” “project,” “should,” “will,” “would,” “result” and similar expressions, which do not relate solely to historical matters, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions and are not guarantees of future performance, which may be affected by known and unknown risks, trends, uncertainties and factors that are beyond the Company’s control. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those anticipated, estimated or projected. While forward-looking statements reflect the Company’s good faith belief when made, they are not guarantees of future performance. The Company expressly disclaims any responsibility to update forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

Moreover, we operate in a very competitive and rapidly changing environment, and new risks emerge from time to time. It is not possible to predict all risks, nor can we assess the impact of all factors on our business or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements we may make. In light of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this offering may not occur, and actual results could differ materially and adversely from those anticipated or implied in the forward-looking statements. We undertake no obligation to revise or publically release the results of any revision to these forward-looking statements, except as required by law. Given these risks and uncertainties, prospective investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements.

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