opens Vancouver Engineering Lab, plans to immediately hire 20 employees

Australian freelance services marketplace announced today that they’ve expanded their Canadian presence and opened a Vancouver “engineering lab.”

Freelancer, which dubs themselves as the “world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing, and crowdsourcing marketplace for small business” currently has over 350 employees around the world and the immediate plans for the Vancouver office is to grow the company and hire 20 in various positions, including developers, software engineers, regional communications, public relations and support.

CEO and Founder Matt Barrie said, “Vancouver is a fantastic place to open our first office in North America. The city is rapidly becoming a booming tech hub, attracting some of the best companies in Canada. There is an amazingly vibrant startup ecosystem, and it’s a community we are excited to now be a part of. The technical talent in Vancouver is some of the best in the world and we are looking forward to welcoming them to our global team. We are hiring rapidly and we are here to stay.”

Freelancer has over 10.4 million users accessing its freelancing marketplace. In addition, over 5.5 million projects have been posted in 650 categories.


Ian Hardy

Ian is publisher at MobileSyrup. He's been quietly creating and building things for years and is completely addicted to Tim Hortons.

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