Have you ever been judged by strangers (or people you thought knew you)? That feeling you get when people assess your current life without knowing what you’ve been through or where you are going is real and unfortunately, what a lot of people including the self-taught community, people in-between jobs, immigrants, etc. deal with daily. The consequences include emotional turmoil which may lead to depression. This is what Serveased is about.
Serveased was born from the founders’ observations as immigrants, community members and job seekers in four areas (i) The gap in income distribution is increasing by the day (ii) It can be quite challenging for people to settle down whenever they relocate or are going through life challenges (iii) Every human has some skills to offer, whether they are aware of it or not (iv) It’s time to formally embrace self-education and development through content sharing.
Amid the busy lifestyles of about 15.6 million households in metropolitan areas of Canada and over 2.1 billion households in the world, we see the dire need to close the gap between the social classes and increase accessibility to help for personal needs. Also, there is a need to empower people seeking knowledge with a platform to educate themselves, boost their self-confidence, certify their self-taught skills, and connect with community members who need such skills for services. In addition, protect and make the interest of all community members matter while doing what they like to do. These will create a healthier community while boosting the economy through an increase in the opportunity to earn, build credit and achieve life goals.
Serveased taps into the self-taught community, the curious minds, and people seeking help with their busy schedules to create a two-way C2C online marketplace where users can engage or employ skills related to personal consumer services including body care, spa, home care, childcare, events, handyman, makeup, and more, to serve the community while going about their personal life. We recognize, certify, and deploy skills within our community.