Our agile workforce comprises more than 9,000 selected experts. Qualified and passionate these tech freelancers are helping to build the future of work.
This month, we had the chance to speak to freelance Sylvestre Franceschi, 29, currently on assignment for the Pernod-Ricard group as a data engineer, via Comet. Sylvestre turned to freelancing very early on, first by carrying out personal projects, then by devoting his time and skills to large accounts. Discover his story by reading our interview!
Passionate about Web technologies since his adolescence, Antoine Bernier, 38, freelance at Comet, decided to pursue this path by putting his skills at the service of the greatest. Antoine joined L'Oréal a few months ago as a Fullstack React Node developer, his unusual career will not leave you indifferent.
Tony Papworth's freelance profile has our attention. Travels, upskilling, team management ... from the UK to Paris and nearly every country in the world in between, Tony's diversity in life and in work means be brings more to his missions. Currently with BNP Paribas, thanks to CometConnect, Tony brings his expertise in the field of IT Architecture in order to optimize the global production environment.
Discover the inspiring journey of 32 year old freelancer David Dumas, fascinated by blockchain technology and in a constant quest for innovation. David decided to join the Comet freelance community two years ago, allowing him to broaden his horizons by accessing a wider range of tech missions, most notably with the world's leading blockchain technology company ConsenSys.
Mona EL ASRI
Mona EL ASRI is a Comet Freelancer like no other, at 30 years old she has taken control of her professional life to be able to offer her maximum potential during her missions. Driven by a diverse lifestyle that includes a plan to live overseas for a year as well as creating her own application, she brings the best to freelancing as a project manager in France's biggest television network TF1, while letting freelancing at Comet bring the best to her.
Chatting with Nicolas Laverré, a 50-year old freelancer who seized the opportunity to break into a more agile way of working...and hasn’t looked back. He is currently focusing his impressive skill set, experience and motivation on an intricate project at French banking giant BNP Paribas.