Setting up a new and competitive marketing connector platform is a big job in this fast-paced digital business world, but Zomeg is up to the challenge.
Zomeg bills itself as a “one-stop shop” for freelancer services. Headquartered in Albania, this startup is looking to expand into other areas of the Balkans after 17 months of connecting freelancers. The company boasts over 2,000 completed projects, with 401 partners and over 1,800 clients on board and interacting with the company.
“We are focused to reach the best experience for our clients,” Zomeg CEO and founder Ari Vogli told Balkan Business Wire in a statement. “By offering a fair market for each talented person and company, we are able to deliver the best product to our customers for the prices that they pay. Today businesses are looking for talented and affordable people. And they can find them at Zomeg.”
Vogli said the mission of the company is to create a fair market for digital services.
As for the Albanian economy, Vogli called the nation a “country in development” and contends it's easy to find good skilled people there. Zomeg leaders hope to reach beyond the borders to markets in Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Greece.
Vogli also had additional positive words for Albanian government offices.
“We need to give thanks to the Albania Ministry of Innovation, and specially Milena Harito, who gave us a chance to bring our ideas into the market!” Vogli said.
Could this kind of government and private sector collaboration create even more vibrance in Albania’s relatively small national economy?
Zomeg appears to be an example of savvy efforts to leverage the existing tech economy in a part of Europe traditionally known for less growth and barriers to business opportunity.