Airtasker chief executive featured in BBC news
There can be few entrepreneurs who have been inspired to succeed by their father’s grey hairs.
Airtasker chief executive and founder Tim Fung is featured in “a hair raising way to start money on the bbc news.
The article covers the growth of Airtasker and the main groups who provide services on Airtasker.
Firstly there are students who complete tasks in between lectures, then there are freelance, skilled professionals aged between 30 and 45.
The third group is the “grey army”, made up of older Australians over 60, who are often highly qualified ex-professionals looking to make money and keep active.
Tasks carried out range from oven cleaning and furniture assembly, to services offered by website designers and market researchers. And then there are the quirky assignments.