New industry marketplace launched for outsourcing services

A new service-based marketplace for the professional home technology industry has been launched, allowing users to advertise their skills and network with other to create additional business.

The global marketplace, called B2BAV, enables integrators to outsource parts of their work to others who have more skills in a particular area. Saving business owners time, users can share their skills and generate secondary incomes based on their specialism by providing integrators with the skills they might lack or do not have the bandwidth to learn.

For example, integrators can use the website to find someone who can do a drawing, a cinema design or programming a specific brand.

Founder of B2BAV, Benjamin Davies, said: “The home technology space is in the midst of exponential growth, a growth which cannot currently be sustained by the number of people working in the industry. Creating a space where any company globally can register and both sell and outsource their skills is a big task but made all the easier with a secure and verified website. B2BAV allows integrators to grow and scale their business without employing somebody in every discipline.”

Davies added: “B2BAV has been an idea burning a hole in my brain for the last three years. Having spent over a decade in the smart home technology market, dedicating the first five years of my time training in every discipline, I came to the realisation that it was impossible to become specialised in all areas. For a small business, attempting to maintain that level of knowledge without outsourcing other skills is impossible. The freedom I, and my business, has gained through outsourcing areas of the business I am either not competent in or do not enjoy, allows me to be more strategic and focus successfully on achieving our goals.”

B2BAV is designed to be quick and simple to use, taking just five minutes to set up an account. Once an account has been created, users can then start promoting their talents and earning from them immediately.

For the first six months, fees have been capped for sellers to 5%.

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