The future of work: empowering independent workers

  1. a high degree of autonomy,
  2. payment by task, assignment or sale,
  3. and, a short term relationship between worker / client.

Generation 1: creating the market

Generation 2: supporting the workers in the long term

  1. different type of insurance for individual workers
  2. facilitating easiness of doing business (from umbrella companies to invoice management and taxation support)
  3. facilitating access to finance both from a professional and personal prospective.

So, what is exciting?

  1. New ways to aggregate independent workers and facilitate collaborations
  2. New distribution channels for services targeted to independent workers: one-portal-rules it all, workers’ services marketplaces or vertical platforms
  3. Cross-border services removing layers of bureaucracy for the independent workers (admin, accounting, expenses, taxation)




European of Italian nationality. VC at @inventureVC @a_adp

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Close the candidate

Preparing For The Future Of Work: Jerry Skillett of SPACES On The Top Five Trends To Watch In The…

Holiday Hustle: Top 5 TrendSpotter Favorites of 2018

Why You Should Find Your Career Sweet-spot in High School

My Heart Went Zoom: An Introvert’s Love Letter to the Digital Call

7 Tips for Working From Home and Staying Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis

My Name is Jacob Varner and This is Why You Should Hire Me

Startup Grind Webinar: Embrace and Navigate Working from Home

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Andrea Di Pietrantonio

Andrea Di Pietrantonio

European of Italian nationality. VC at @inventureVC @a_adp

More from Medium

The +Impact Studio Welcomes New Ventures and Mentors

The Art Of War by Sun Tzu seems to be trending again.

I’m Coming Out 🗣️

5 Things to Consider When Starting DEI Conversations Within Your Organization