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Turning the Gig Economy into a Knowledge Economy

Posted: December 6, 2017 at 7:46 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Sushma Sharma the CEO and Founder of Konversai the world’s first human knowledge marketplace. joins Enterprise Radio.

An attorney turned entrepreneur with double masters from the University of Oxford and Columbia University, Sushma has worked in corporate law before turning her passion for teaching, technology, and connecting people globally into Konversai.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Sushma Sharma discuss the following:

  • How can companies connect a global user base?
  • Why do you consider Konversai a human knowledge platform rather than simply a freelance job platform?
  • How is the gig economy changing the employment landscape?
  • Is e-learning evolving beyond youtube tutorials or packaged web programs?
  • How is freelancing opening up economic opportunity all over the world?

Summary: A single stream of income will no longer be the path for a majority of workers, it is imperative they learn to market their entire skill set in innovative ways.

Sushma Sharma, Founder & CEO, Konversai is a lawyer turned entrepreneur. She has law degrees from University of Oxford and Columbia University, has worked in two prominent wall street law firms (Shearman & Sterling and Kirkland & Ellis) and has headed the department for practical law at City
University of Hong Kong.

Sushma has taught thousands of students and has seen some of  the most privileged humans as well as some of the least privileged in her life’s journey spanning three continents where she has lived and worked over the last 20 years.

Seeing men and women, both young and old in despair due to lack of communication has been her call to action. Konversai was born as her solution to the problems facing mankind today.

Websitewww.konversai.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/konversai
Twitter: @Konversai

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