More flexibility, no compromise on security
In a world were everything move fast, traditional worker-company relastionships are less and less adapted. This is why we want to help companies to access easily and quickly to the freelancer community, and that, in a safe and cost efficient manner.
An essential, expert and engaged workforce
Self-employed workers can only rely on their kwnow-how and client satisfaction to guarentee their revenue. That is why, they represent a broader range of skills than any structured organisation. For all those reasons, they form an inevitable pool, available starting today.
Freelance.com was created in 1995 by a computing student and an entrepreneur. At the beginning, Freelance group made available the best contractors through a sale team of self-employed managers. This innovative model quickly seduces a large pool of companies and organisations.
Intellectual services market went through a second revolution thanks to web 2.0. This new wave of innovations created new usages (social networks, smartphones…). Through this evolution, Freelance.com and the group gained maturity and entered Alternext-Nyse stock market in Paris.
2006 – 2007
Beyond classified business, Freelance group push their complementary activities forward. On one hand, we developed umbrella contracts with Valor, a pioneer company founded in 1978 and baught by Freelance Group in 2006. On the other hand, we launch a compliance and legal security company, Provigis in 2007.
Change of direction
Starting September 2015, the board named new executive directors, Cyril Trouiller and Claude Tempé. Their mission, re-organize the group, launch new offers and develop digital and innovative solutions for both companies and self-employed contractors.
The launch of the new Freelance
The group announced in the start of the year, the merger with AD’Missions (and its subsidiaries), number 2 umbrella company in France. With 130 milion euros of consolidated revenue, Freelance group became the leader of intellectual services (contractors and umbrella contracts).