SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- House of gigs, a mobile platform helping gig workers build extra income, recently announced a partnership with Stride, providing access to affordable healthcare insurance plans to its 60,000 users.
"The Stride experience starts with answering a few short questions and ends with affordable, comprehensive coverage in ten minutes," said Noah Lang, CEO and Co-founder of Stride. "We're proud to be working with House of Gigs to bring these benefits to their growing community of users."
The House of gigs marketplace is a one-stop shop solution for gig workers to access vetted and relevant services helping them become successful entrepreneurs and independent individuals.
"At House of gigs, we are very excited to partner with Stride. This service will help independent workers get access to best-in-class health insurance plans through our platform." said Matthias Halimi, COO and Co-founder of House of gigs. "Our goal will always be to help workers build a safety net and supporting health insurance is a crucial step towards that goal".
Stride is the first benefits platform for gig and independent workers, helping them save time and money on insurance and taxes. The company partners with the world's largest on-demand work marketplaces and employers of independent and part-time workers, including Uber, Postmates, Etsy, Airbnb, Gap Inc., Darden Restaurants, GrubHub, Care.com, Rover.com, Avis, TaskRabbit and others.
Launched in 2014, Stride is backed by the leading health and consumer venture finance firms, including Venrock, New Enterprise Associates, and F-Prime Capital Partners
About House of gigs:
House of gigs mission is to help workers build your extra income.
Since its launch in 2018, the House of gigs mobile app has been downloaded by over 60,000 users and has generated more than 150,000 applications. In November 2018, House of gigs rolled out a marketplace of curated services to support gig workers in all aspects of their lives.
While we believe the gig economy is here to stay, we, at House of gigs, also know that most of the contingent workers do not have the adequate information and support to become successful entrepreneurs and independent individuals.
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