How to Volunteer at Bizmeet: What to Know
The world is a very complicated place.
We all know that.
But what if, like us, you had the ability to put your money where your mouth is?
That’s what Bizmet, a new platform launched by tech entrepreneur and entrepreneur Andrew R. Paskovitch, aims to be.
The platform, which launched in April, allows you to work as an employee for $1 per day and is free to sign up for, but you have to sign in with your email address.
The service allows you not only to work, but also to volunteer.
This gives you the opportunity to build relationships with fellow volunteers and learn about how the company operates.
The first volunteers will receive the most money in the first week, while the rest will receive their first paycheck in the third week.
The company says the initial donations will be distributed based on donations received during the first five days of the campaign.
“This is the first year where we’ve gone public,” Paskowitz told us.
“We are an online service, and we’ve done a great job with this.”
He said he hopes the company will expand beyond just being a service for those who are interested in volunteering, but that the company’s mission is to enable people to have a voice in their communities and in their lives.
It is not the first time Bizmets platform has been used.
The startup launched a similar crowdfunding project last year for its employees.
As of last week, the company had raised $1.3 million, with the goal of $10 million.
“Our team is working on a massive fundraising drive, and the goal is to have $50 million in donations within a year,” Piskowitz said.
“The first year is still a long way away, but the goal for the second year is $100 million.”
He also noted that the team had already raised over $4 million, and that they are in discussions with other companies that want to work with them.
Pankovitch also has a history of running successful businesses and has raised millions from venture capital firms.
He has said he wants to help create a platform that can allow people to make a difference in their community, which could include helping other businesses and charities, or just helping people to be more intentional about their time.
“I believe the way we see the world is in our hands, and I’m sure it will be the way for a lot of other entrepreneurs and people to start up,” Pankovich told us in a phone interview.