PRESS RELEASE. Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services for websites and applications and a new breed of outsourcing firm is specifically targeting these projects to help them reduce operating costs.
Web3 is an idea for a new iteration of the World Wide Web based on blockchain technology, which incorporates concepts such as decentralization and token-based economics.
Some technologists and journalists have contrasted it with Web 2.0, wherein they say data and content are centralized in a small group of companies sometimes referred to as “Big Tech”.
The ultimate goal of Web 3.0 is to create more intelligent, connected and open websites but this new technology requires manpower to execute and local talent can be expensive.
Which companies are expanding into Web 3.0?
Web 3 is gathering momentum. The metaverse is a key part of this. During the pandemic in 2020 online fashion retailer NET-A-PORTER created a retail space inside Nintendo’s virtual gaming platform Animal Crossing where consumers could browse catalogues. Isabel Marant, the french fashion designer, created five outfits for the occasion, so gamers could dress their avatars.
In 2021, McDonald’s partnered with 88rising, an Asian artist collective, to create a virtual Lunar New Year concert by Chinese hip-hop artist Masiwei that was broadcast exclusively on the McDonald’s app. Eventually McDonalds is planning to set up storefronts at virtual events that will sell virtual NFTs and food, which can be delivered during the event.
Outsourcing in Web 3.0. Which roles are commonly outsourced?
BruntWork, a leading outsourcing firm serving clients globally is already hiring staff for the Web 3.0 internet.
BruntWork already has clients operating in blockchain, cryptocurrency token launches, Def-Fi & NFT projects, cryptocurrency launchpads and other projects already utilise BruntWork for roles like:
- Web Developers: Blockchain developers that have experience in crypto and NFT projects.
- Web Designers: Blockchain designers that can design pitch decks, white papers, components for websites and user interface design.
- Content Writers: Blockchain Content writers that specialize in writing about tokens, exchanges, price changes, new cryptocurrency projects, leading NFT projects & everything in between. These experts produce long form and short form articles.
- Marketing: Crypto & NFT marketers with expertise in setting up funnels, reporting and google analytics, email and newsletter campaigns.
Analysts are hotly debating whether new, Web 3.0 friendly, outsourcing companies like BruntWork can topple much larger more traditional organisations like Accenture, Cognizant, Wipro, Genpact and Concentrix. This new breed of outsourcer has substantially less operating costs and pass on those savings to their clients, which is a win/win for the company and its clients alike.
Whether or not BruntWork can match the success of top outsourcing companies like Wipro & TaskUs is still to be seen, but few outsourcing companies have tackled blockchain, crypto and NFT projects as well as BruntWork.
While they still have a substantial amount of ground to cover, BruntWork is positioning itself well to make a mark on Web 3.0 outsourcing, threatening some of the major listed companies that previously felt much safer.
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