I always wanted to create an app, but a month into development we quickly realized that we weren’t just creating an app, we were creating hope for the next generation (our generation)
(PRWEB) November 05, 2012
With today’s tough economy it is no surprise that recent college graduates are struggling to find work and small businesses are desperately looking for innovative solutions to participate in a competitive environment. A few recent college graduates in Baltimore, Maryland recognized that problem and created a mobile application called Sideclique to address the issue.
In 2011, Jerry Osborne, founder of a Baltimore based clothing line called Fearless Hearts and Christopher Wilmot the manager of Allender Storage, a small business located in White Marsh, Maryland realized the struggles their families and friends were experiencing in trying to find jobs. Chris Wilmot states, “I always wanted to create an app, but a month into development we quickly realized that we weren’t just creating an app, we were creating hope for the next generation (my generation)”.
Developed as a mobile two-way marketplace that gives users the option to advertise their own service/business for free or find others to work for them, Sideclique is changing how business is done.
Many of Christopher and Jerry’s friends now use the Sideclique app to offer their own services which range from cleaning, cooking, graphic design, landscaping services, and many more to make extra money. Small businesses have also begun taking advantage of the Sideclique app and many are finding value in Sideclique’s targeted mobile marketing platform. In addition to providing value to recent college graduates seeking work and struggling businesses the app also aims to make the users’ lives easier.
Users add service providers to their clique allowing them to create a team that can handle almost any type of task that needs attention. In fact, Christopher Wilmot, now CEO of Cwill Inc. the company behind Sideclique, has his very own driver, cleaner, landscaper, chef, writer, and handyman available to him on Sideclique whenever he needs them. Sideclique is currently only on Android, but has announced it has plans to release on iOS and Windows Mobile in 2013.
About Cwill Inc:
Cwill Inc. was incorporated in 2011 by entrepreneur, Christopher Wilmot. Mr. Wilmot’s experience in managing small businesses in conjunction with a strong marketing background pioneered his vision to change how we conduct business.
Sideclique, developed by Cwill, Inc., is a mobile app that serves as a two-way marketplace reinventing how users and service providers connect with one another. Cwill Inc. has taken a lead role in using social media to develop small business growth in a difficult economic environment. Small businesses that provide services can register for free and begin engaging with potential and existing customers on Sideclique. Meanwhile, consumers can take a practical approach to tasking by checking reviews, communicating with service providers, and adding reputable providers to their clique for future tasks. For more information, visit http://www.Sideclique.com, or follow Sideclique on Facebook and Twitter.