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Stoovo, Gig Economy App Closes Final Seed Round Totaling $7.1 Million

AI-driven technology allows workers to earn on their own terms; investors include Bow Capital, 500, Plug and Play, Watertower Ventures, Alpana Ventures, and The Social Entrepreneurs Fund (TSEF) San Francisco's very own, Stoovo, an AI-driven gig economy platform built for the independent workforce, announces the closing of their final Seed round of $4.6 million. In […]

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The Future of Work Is 1099 — One Vision Podcast With Hantz Févry

Thanks to the rapid growth of gig economy platforms such as Lyft, TaskRabbit, Uber Eats, and Deliveroo, the way we earn a living has changed quite dramatically these past ten years. While this might be labeled with the endearing term, the future of work, touting flexibility as the primary benefit for adopting contingency work, many […]

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Get Outside of Your Comfort Zone and Make More Money Gigging

We all get in ruts, but with gig work, it could affect your income. It’s been a rough ride for gig workers with the pandemic, many of you have switched it up from rideshare to food delivery or by trying new things like pet services or retail gigs. By mixing up your gig work and […]

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How Proposition 22 Will Affect Minority Communities and Drivers

There could not be more at stake with the old adage, “as California goes, so goes the nation” and the upcoming November election when the state’s voters will decide on Proposition 22, a ballot measure that will either allow or deny companies Uber, Lyft and others to continue classifying drivers and delivery workers as independent contractors. […]

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Can Fintechs Help Plug Banking Gaps for Struggling Black Consumers?

A handful of fintechs are attempting to tackle a problem that has existed for years and been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic — many Black Americans are underbanked. In 2017, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. found that 47% of Black Americans were underbanked, compared with 20% of white Americans. The pandemic is worsening the economic […]

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Hantz Févry of Stoovo: My Life As a Twenty-Something Founder

Authority Magazine As a part of our series called “My Life as a TwentySomething Founder”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Hantz Févry, CEO and co-founder of Stoovo, Inc., an AI-driven gig economy platform that helps gig workers find the best-paying jobs and reduces the income volatility so prevalent amongst gig workers. Stoovo was founded in 2018 […]

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Tax Tips for Gig Workers

Gig workers, are you ready for the July 15 extended tax filing date? When tax time rolled around on April 15 the world was in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the midst of lockdown orders and people terrified to pick up food or groceries for fear of contracting the virus, gig workers became […]

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Who Are the ‘Real’ Gig Economy Workers and What Does Their Future Hold

Asthe COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold perhaps no demographic has been impacted more than on-demand economy workers, those contributing to the economy through freelancing or through app-based platforms such as Uber, DoorDash, and Instacart. Coined ‘gig or on-demand workers,’ they contributed $1.28 trillion to the U.S. economy in 2018 yet work as independent contractors without […]

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