Make Maven Work For You (February 2016 Newsletter)

The year is off to a busy start, which means new consulting opportunities are becoming available each day. To make sure you are able to take full advantage of this busy time, I’ve included a few simple ways to you can take part in more consulting engagements and maximize your profits from who and what you know. I have also included a new Case Study and some of our top recruiting needs for this month.

Make Maven Work For You

The easiest way to boost your earning potential on Maven is to keep an eye on the Bulletin Board for relevant consulting opportunities that may fit your background and expertise. Self-apply, or earn Enhanced Referral Commissions for sharing the opportunities with your contacts.

 

We will credit you with Referral Commissions equal to 50% of your colleague’s earnings as a thank you for delivering qualified respondents to Maven.

LEARN MORE HERE

Getting Smart on Smart Cities

To prepare for an upcoming conference in Saudi Arabia, the ventures team at an multinational conglomerate needed an up-to-date snapshot of the obstacles impeding the development of Smart Cities in the Middle East.

 

Find out how Maven quickly connected the team with the experts they needed, including some of their own colleagues who had been identified by their private Maven Knowledge Community as possessing relevant experience and expertise.

VIEW CASE STUDY

Immediate Needs for Expertise

Know anybody who meets any of these descriptions?
If so, introduce them to Maven and earn Referral Commissions!
  • Healthcare Practitioners in Europe
  • Pediatricians in Europe
  • European Contractors and Architects
  • Jam/Jelly Edible Product Manufacturers
  • Farming Professionals
  • Heating and Cooling Contractors
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