Park City, Utah (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
The WorkWizards founders, Kendeyl Johansen and Kim Shea, are not aspiring businessmen, but regular moms who have discovered the gap that exists between people who have money but do not have time, and people who have time and want to make money. Creating a connection between the two groups bridges the gap. “The WorkWizards Microbusiness model creates a win-win situation for optimizing lives,” says Kendeyl Johansen, Founder and CEO of WorkWizards. Kim Shea adds, “We are dedicated moms who realize the potential profit other individuals can make by offering their unique services and skills to help others.”
People can monetize their dreams by doing things they love in exchange for money. Services are always in demand and people are eagerly waiting and wishing to work; however, the busy business owner and the eager jobseeker are two parties who currently can’t easily connect. Meaningful linking of motivated, quality workers and people needing services generates mutual happiness and WorkWizards can help facilitate this process. Rosemary Dibble, WorkWizards VP of Personnel, says, "Developing WorkWizards seemed to be the ideal way to match people who want to work, with those needing work done!"
People with funds seeking services will find their personal concierge service providers quickly and easily on the WorkWizards site. People can build up microbusinesses doing jobs they are passionate about. WorkWizards matches busy people with extra funds, to people with extra time. “Our company’s effectiveness will be directly measured by how successful our clients’ new microbusinesses become. The microjobs market is a new way to work, “ says Shea. Additionally, volunteer organizations in need of help can recruit volunteers for projects on the website free of charge. “Kim and I are active volunteers. and we feel passionately about adding a volunteer segment to our business model,” adds Johansen.