Too busy to get basic tasks done? This platform can help you out

Sep 18 2019, 9:57 am

When your head hits the pillow each night, do you find yourself wishing you had more time to do the things you enjoy? Or maybe you start dreaming of ways you can earn an income with more flexibility?

No matter which answer is keeping you up at night, there’s a new platform that can help make things easier for everyone: TaskBee.

Whether you need a hand with a DIY project, realize that you don’t have the time to pick up your dry cleaning, or just need a hand getting things off your to-do list, the platform lets you outsource the task to a neighbour.

Basically, you get the service and benefits of a personal assistant without the high costs. And, if you’re looking for a side hustle that has you doing new things every day, it’s also a fun way to earn some money. Have we caught your interest yet?

How it works

 

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Your lengthy to-do list doesn’t have to be something you dread because you can get a hand with everyday tasks via TaskBee.

To get started, a Seeker posts a task on the platform detailing the task they need a hand with and the amount they are willing to pay a Tasker to help them out. This could be as simple as picking up a case of wine and dropping it to an office function. Easy.

And, if you’re looking for a side hustle, as a Tasker, you can look through the listings and apply to complete tasks nearby. Both parties then review each other at the completion of each task so that other users can choose someone who is reliable.

TaskBee benefits

TaskBee’s mission is community-oriented; making a difference one helpful neighbour at a time. They have an array of initiatives they plan to implement soon after launching. Check out their Coming Soon page to learn more about what they have planned for our seniors and youth. 

They also have some amazing launch promos going on: the first 300 Taskers to sign up will not be charged a commission rate for their first month of use. So, the total earnings from any task that you complete will be entirely yours.

The first 100 Seekers to sign up on an annual subscription will get a $25 credit, and you’ll also get your first month’s subscription fee waived.

TaskBee will also be hosting a booth at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Career Day. If you’re interested in becoming a Tasker, check them out on the KPU Surrey Campus on September 19 from 11 am to 3 pm. (We hear they have swag bags!)

Visit TaskBee’s website for more information and to sign up today.