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  • Freelancer Profile: Nicolas Laverre

    Freelancer Profile: Nicolas Laverre

     "I took the leap into freelancing and have zero regrets." We took the time to chat with Nicolas Laverre, 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 a intricate ...

  • No-code / Low-code : the what

    No-code / Low-code : the what

    No-code is a set of digital tools that allow non-technical people to make websites or applications without having to program / code. No-code platforms were first popularized by companies like Bubble and Squarespace and more. ⇒  Why use no-code? For its ease of use and execution. No-code offers many advantages to ...

  • When confinement pushed companies to rethink deep efficiency through remote.

    When confinement pushed companies to rethink deep efficiency through remote.

    2020 changed us all. At the heart of the dark Covid-19 days were resounding stories of community support, every-day heroes, stories of recovery, innovation and hope and an emphatic drive to making things work…  differently, through innovation and thinking outside the box. For those of us lucky enough not to get sick, ...

  • How freelancers boost collective intelligence in enterprise

    How freelancers boost collective intelligence in enterprise

    Emergent knowledge is equal to so much more than the sum of its parts. Collective intelligence allows enterprise to harness the power of the group, to find innovative solutions to complex issues. Here at Comet, we propose that tomorrow’s world of work, defined by a scalable and agile workforce of freelance experts, ...

  • How Comet Grew Through 2020

    How Comet Grew Through 2020

    While many businesses have struggled to stay afloat over the last six-months, here at tech freelancers platform Comet, or as we say An agile workforce for the digital age we have been pleasantly surprised and yes, massively relieved  to see continual growth despite the dark days of 2020. While it could be easy to put ...

  • Luxury’s New Need for Extended Reality Talent

    Luxury’s New Need for Extended Reality Talent

    Beyond the need for fresh products to keep consumers engaged and satisfied in their quest for newness, the luxury industry faces a fundamental need for transformation from the outside, in. The new luxury consumer is engaging with the industry in new ways and with different values and objectives. Less interested in ...