Web 3.0 incorporates concepts at the heart of crypto: decentralization, token-based economies, and blockchain. Its ultimate goal is to create more intelligent, connected, and open websites that people can use.
However, Web 3.0 requires significant manpower to execute, and local talent can be expensive. That is why a new breed of outsourcing firms is targeting these clients to help them save on operating costs.
One of them is Australia-based talent outsourcing provider Bruntwork. The firm, known for assisting top companies in sourcing “the very best talent,” stated that Web 3.0 is bringing to light a new wave of outsourcing jobs in the market.
Some of them are the following:
- Web developers. Preferably those who have experience in crypto and NFT projects.
- Web designers. Blockchain designers that can design pitch decks, white papers, components for websites, and user interface designs.
- Content writers. Long or short-form article writers specializing in tokens, exchanges, price changes, new cryptocurrency projects, leading NFT projects & everything in between.
- Marketing. Crypto & NFT marketers with expertise in setting up funnels, reporting and google analytics, email and newsletter campaigns.
While analysts are debating whether Web 3.0-friendly outsourcing companies could compete with larger and traditional BPOs, Bruntwork is slowly positioning itself well at the forefront of the next generation of tech.
Whether or not it can match the success of big names like Accenture and Cognizant is yet to be seen. But, other outsourcing agencies are also moving to the Web 3.0 path to get ahead of the market.
So, expect more third-party service providers to provide services beyond back-office support and call centers.