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TriVayu Media Works plans to empower over 1000 gig workers with livelihoods

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TriVayu Media Works, an India-based hyperlocal content and resource distribution platform has announced its plan to provide over 1,000 gig workers with livelihood in the coming next three to four months.

In addition, the brand is also planning to increase its permanent workforce by 100 percent.

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The hirings will be across positions including video editors, content developers, creative designers, etc. Besides full-time employees, Trivayu also works with over 200 resources on a contractual basis.

“As TMW plans to empower over 1000 gig workers in the next 3-4 months, it will boost its current strength from 700 to around 1700 employees,” the statement said.

Speaking on the development, Ratnendra K Pandey, Co-Founder of Trivayu Media Works said, “We are pleased to provide growth opportunities to over 1000+ gig workers and at TMW we simply want the talented youth in India’s rising Tier3 and Tier 4 cities to earn money without even leaving home. The penetration of internet and e-commerce businesses is opening opportunities even for the most marginalized sections of the society and we are honored to contribute our part amidst concerns about start-ups layoffs.”

“Effectively onboarding gig workers has the potential to build business traction and simultaneously bridge India’s income and employment gaps. We also plan to strengthen our creative design team to better align with our business growth and opportunities,” he further added.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
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