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Cape Town- With the nature of the global workforce shifting from full-time corporate work towards freelancing, project-work and side-gigs, those working in this changing environment need new tools to help them survive and thrive.

A new mobile app developed in South Africa, Kalido, has recently been launched as a global platform for individuals to connect and exchange services, solving a problem that often arises when people look for new service providers and new clients: trust, according to co-founder Sanjay Varma.

Varma told Fin24 that one of the big challenges as an entrepreneur is to find service providers one can afford.

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