Elance Arms Solo Entrepreneurs

By Laurie McCabe | Posted July 20, 2012

Are you one of the thousands of U.S. workers to make the move from employee to entrepreneur, whether by choice or by circumstance? Congratulations, and take heart. Just because you're a solo entrepreneur doesn't mean you have to go it alone.

Small business analyst, Laurie McCabe takes a look at how Elance can assist entrepreneurs build their business by hiring freelancers for a variety of projects.


Do you have too much on your to do list? Elance can help you find a contractor to help you get the job done. Or maybe you’re on the flip side of the coin as a contractor looking for work. Either way, Elance can benefit you. Its mission is to provide companies with “instant access to talent” through an online network of contractors and tools that make it easy to find, hire, manage and pay them.

Read the complete article: Tech Tidbits for SMBs: Elance

Laurie McCabe has more than 20 years experience analyzing small business technology, trends and markets. Email her at laurie.mccabe@smb-gr.com, tweet her at lauriemccabe on Twitter or read Laurie's blog.

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