Organizer of the European Tool Command Language (Tcl) Conferences Michael Haschek has become the category for application development at ki work, the online marketplace for remote and virtual workers. Michael has 25 years experience leading application development projects in a variety of languages.
He is the author of the contact manager CMfoni and the embeddable application ViCo. CMfoni is designed to work with social networking sites (LinkedIn, Viadeo, Facebook, NING) and PLAXO (seehttp://www.cm4net.com, http.//www.seamless-llc.com). ViCo enables users to retrieve contact information from different social networking sites.
Freddie has been developing ai solutions since the mid 1980s, and is currently pioneering the general use of AI agents
to converse with humans. He explains that, “As organizations move towards immersive
conversational engagement using 3D and AI, the way we do
business will change. Ki work is well placed as a new marketplace for trading
services and products for Virtual Worlds and AI”.
“Though Freddie is way ahead of the technology curve, there are already
30m+ people using Virtual Worlds and over $340m venture capital has
been invested this year alone. However, there is no
efficient marketplace today for Virtual World and AI products and
services,” says Michael Wolff, CEO and founder of ki work. “Freddie’s
vision and ability to see beyond the forest is an asset to the team. As
a pioneer in Artificial Intelligence, he is a phenomenal addition to
our leadership team. We are lucky to have a great mind like Freddie
validate our efforts by joining us in our objectives.”
Freddie will be expressing his reasons for joining ki work as a leader, and how he plans to develop the AI marketplace, in a webinar on Thursday 6th November (register here). To find or outsource work in this field, simply go to the Artificial Intelligence marketplace, and post a service offer or project.
In case you missed Chuck Zdrojowy's account of why he became leader of the Supply Chain Management Consulting marketplace on ki work, check out this recording below.
The recording begins during Chuck's introduction to himself and his work. It's a valuable resource for anyone looking to find or outsource work in Supply Chain Management, particularly those looking to build teams for large virtual projects.
Neil OConnell is the latest to join ki work as a category leader - in the specialist marketplace of supply chain management software. His 17-year success story includes four years as CTO of supply chain and logistics provider StonePath as it grew from zero to $350 million in revenue. At Oracle he led the North American Industrial Supply Chain Group. His experience includes B2B, B2C, ecommerce for retailers and manufacturers along with third party logistics providers.
Neil Says: "As we continue to race forward with advances in technology and the emergence of more and more countries in the supply chain the software community will require better ways to collaborate and deliver to enterprises worldwide. ki work affords us the opportunity to build a brand and reputation that eliminates the barriers of location."
To join Neil's marketplace, either to find or outsource work, simply go to Neil's SCM software marketplace, and create a service offer or project. Neil is also looking for Experts to build teams for larger projects - contact Neil directly via ki work if this interests you.
The aim of sustainopreneurship is to use entrepreneurial methods to solve sustainability problems in areas such as health, illiteracy, poverty, communication, energy, water and food security. The solutions should allow the stakeholders to get their needs fulfilled in ways that respect all life support systems. You can read more about the concept in this Wikipedia entry.
“In an effort to deliver options beyond today’s business-as-usual thinking my goal is recruit 75 world-changing experts to the sustainability entrepreneurship category. We want to support those with business goals of improving our relationship with the planet and peoples, as agents of change, making meaning and money at the same time; by turning the biggest problems of our world to even larger business opportunities. In short – businesses with a cause.”
Michael Wolff, ki work's CEO and founder, is putting his skill and experience where his mouth is by becoming the category leader for International Outsourcing Consulting. As CEO of Lydiastar Telecommunications Michael was a pioneer in the world of outsourcing.
He explains: "I founded ki work to build a Web 2.0 infrastructure where freelance entrepreneurs can collaborate and find work from wherever they are. 'Live local - work global' is the motto.
"With resources in all other areas of business globalizing, the remote workforce is an inevitable solution to modern business needs. ki work is powering this revolution."
Michael will be explaining why he became a category leader on ki work too. See ki work webinars for more details.
Everywhere we look, there's media focused on the doom and gloom of a potential economic crisis ahead. But there's been scant evidence of any realistic solutions as to how we can evolve a sustainable economic solution.
Here's ki work's take on things (see slideshow below). It's a quick look at how we got into this mess in the first place - and how we might get out of it.
If you like it, please take a second or two to VOTE FOR IT HERE.
A Virtual Assistant (VA) is a highly-trained independent entrepreneur who provides a myriad of business support services virtually via phone, fax and internet-based technology to support and meet the growing needs of businesses worldwide. Partnering with a VA reduces stress, protects cash flow, eliminates administrative hassles, and enables business people to find the success they originally set out to achieve.
“As a Certified Internet Marketing Specialist, it is my goal in life to make the term ‘Virtual Assistant’ a household name worldwide,” says Tawnya, “With ki work our community extends its reach beyond the first wave of social networking. We now have the ability to find more opportunities by increasing our visibility.”
Michael Wolff, CEO and Founder of ki work, says: "Tawnya brings a true understanding of the power of collaboration. Her ability to educate and inspire the virtual assistant community makes Tawnya the ideal leader for this marketplace.”
Tawnya will be hosting a webinar about why she joined ki work as a category leader on Thursday 13th November (register here).
If you're a Virtual Assistant or need a VA, it's free to post your services and any projects that need doing - simply go to the Virtual Assistant marketplace to get started.
Lots of people have been asking about becoming a marketplace Expert on ki work, and how it can help them build a global virtual business as an individual freelancer.
Essentially an Expert receives:
* Greater visibility and status for their brand and service
* Access to higher-value team projects via ki work
* Opportunity to earn from certifying and building teams of professionals
In addition to this, Experts receive support in building their business from the marketplace Leader and from ki work.
To apply to become an Expert in your preferred markteplace(s), go to ki work's premium services.
For more information, this embedded document below should give you a much more thorough overview of the features and benefits. Alternatively, contact
ki work or the Leader of your preferred marketplace directly.
Martin Blundell is the latest specialist business leader to bring his expertise and vast array of contacts to ki work's global virtual outsourcing marketplace. He will take charge of 25 categories helping to turn ki work into the online destination for virtual outsourced biotech and pharma projects. Martin will also be sharing his reasons for joining and how he plans to develop a thriving outsourcing network in a webinar on Tuesday 21st October (register here).
Martin is a world leader in his field. He is the founder and moderator of the 25,000-strong Biotech and Pharma Professionals Network (BioPharm) which includes the Medical Device Professionals Network, the Medical Diagnostics Professionals Network, the Clinical Trials Professionals Network and the Life Science Mentors Network.
He has led projects in biotech and pharmaceuticals for 19 years, meeting challenges in financial results, quality and schedule. Martin puts much of his success down to his unusual combination of business and technical experience which includes MBA training and a research background in Molecular Biology.
“My goal is to nurture each life sciences category to the best of my ability,” Martin says. “With ki work my groups now have a resource to collaborate and continue to supply the growing demand for remote workforce in the life sciences community.”
Michael Wolff, CEO and founder of ki work says: “With Martin, we bring a versatile member of the life sciences community to our leadership team. There is no doubt that Martin is truly the connector needed to develop the very best teams on ki work.
"With ki work growing at a rate of 400 new professionals a day, organizations seeking remote workers are quickly seeing the potential. As our concerns with the current economy couple with energy issues, remote and virtual workforces are becoming more and more attractive. Teams that can quickly come together with no concern for geography will become valuable assets to organizations trying to stay competitive."
What is ki work?
ki work (http://ki-work.com) is the online marketplace for those looking to outsource or find online work. With over 450 categories managed by leaders, there is a greater transparency and development of trust for those looking to fill projects. There are no fees for listing services, listing projects, or winning bids. The network is designed to help the right person find the right worker at the right price.