Since its launch, Fixlancer has been changing how companies go about their business. As a freelance company in Nigeria, they have proven that in African nations, the strategies of international countries can be applied to great effect.
According to Disrupt Africa, Nigerian freelancers who have a growing desire for creativity and innovation are pleased with Fixlancer since the company has launched a platform where they will be able to render services that will be profitable at the end of the day.

Nigerian startup Fixlancer
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Mr. Randy Edafe, Fixlancer director had this to say, “Nigerians are faced with the problem of finding trustworthy freelancers, because they demand for upfront payment and won’t render the service at the end of the day. We’ve changed this story by holding payments on escrow till both parties are satisfied.
He added, “We didn’t create a marketplace where people earn and leave, it is a home of corroboration and improvement. Factually, we charge 20% in total of all services rendered. We are building bridges, not cracking bridges.”
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