Yandiki and TransparentBusiness join forces with Facebook to empower entrepreneurs from around the world image

TransparentBusiness, the platform that facilitates agile access and management of the connected workforce and Yandiki, a company specializing in providing cloud-based creative talent on-demand, were selected by Facebook as partners for FbStart.com, a global community of mobile developers. In its first year, FbStart distributed benefits worth more than $100 million to more than 3,800 startups, helping many of these companies grow their businesses worldwide. “The FbStart program allows us to offer tech startups the opportunity to transform their organizations exponentially, making them more efficient, agile and transparent and we are grateful to Facebook for this opportunity to support the big disruptors of tomorrow”, said Silvina Moschini, Co-Founder and CEO of Yandiki and TransparentBusiness. “At Yandiki we facilitate recruitment of talent ...

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Silvina Moschini, an Entrepreneuress Who’s Betting it All on Flexible Work image

Miami, December 9th (EFEUSA).- Silvina Moschini is all too familiar with the corporate world of inflexible schedules and never-ending shifts, which she abandoned to become an entrepreneuress, and prove that work with flexibility is becoming more and more of a necessary option. This Argentine woman and specialist in corporate communications has created Yandiki, a company that allows members of the millennial generation, or “Millennials”, and others who desire more flexibility in their careers to work from anywhere in the world. Before the switch to telecommuting, Moschini worked as a corporate executive in both her home country and the United States, in multinational corporations like Compaq, Patagon, and Visa. While acting as Latin America’s Vice-President of Communications at Visa, she left ...

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Startup spotlight: Yandiki connects creative talent around the world image

WORLD AT HER FINGERTIPS: Silvina Moschini, who runs Yandiki, works while holding her dog John John in The LAB Miami in Wynwood. She runs Yandiki, which screens and matches tech talent, for instance in Latin America, with companies that need it. The site allows talent to live anywhere yet still find work online. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF Yandiki Headquarters: The LAB Miami Concept: Yandiki is an employment platform for the connected workforce generation. It provides immediate access to curated creative talent from around the world, in the cloud, on demand, transparently, with no hassle. Story: Silvina Moschini has been managing public relations and online visibility projects for major U.S. corporations for more than 15 years. She has witnessed firsthand ...

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Silvina Moschini: Companies Today are Making Full Use of Outsourcing image

By Marilina Esquivel It’s what people call cloudworking – working within the “cloud”. Conventional telecommuting evolved thanks to online platforms and collaboration technologies, and to an increase in independent workers. “It’s the new way of working that people under 30 are looking for, as well as those of us who are older but desire more flexibility. What used to be thought of as a workplace – a physical location to which one traveled – will begin to diminish”, says Silvina Moschini of Argentina, founder of the advertising and public relations agency, Intuic. From Miami, via Skype she adds, “The concept that is currently exploding is on demand. Services are used and paid for on an as-needed basis, without purchasing the ...

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“Entrepreneurship Demands Dedication and Effort” image

By Paola Ortiz There has been a lot of talk about Miss Universe, so we decided to get a better understanding of the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Miami, the location of the competition. Although we were unable to cover the coronation, we did get to spend a week with our co-workers from The Miami Lab. While there, we had the opportunity to meet with Silvina Moschini, a businesswoman and serial entrepreneur from Argentina, who is known as @MissInternet on social networks. She is the Founder of Intuic, President of TransparentBusiness and KMGi Group, and creator of Yandiki – Creative Talent in the Cloud. In addition to being an online trends analyst for media outlets such as CNN en Español, NTN 24, ...

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Yandiki, a Company Wagering it All on Millennials’ Home Offices image

Silvina Moschini is all too familiar with the corporate world of inflexible schedules and never-ending shifts, which she abandoned to become an entrepreneuress and prove that work with flexibility is becoming more and more of a necessary option. Interview EFE Futuro This Argentine woman and specialist in corporate communications has created Yandiki, a company that allows members of the millennial generation, or “Millennials”, and others who desire more flexibility in their careers to work from anywhere in the world. Before the switch to telecommuting, Moschini worked as a corporate executive in both her home country and the United States, in multinational corporations like Compaq, Patagon, and Visa. While acting as Latin America’s Vice-President of Communications at Visa, she left her ...

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Wearables, Big Data, Robots and IoT: What We’ve Taken Away from the MWC image

The Barcelona event has come to a close, and has once again combined low-cost devices with emerging trends in technology and innovation, with one unwavering constant: mobility. By Silvina Moschini Editor’s note: Silvina Moschini is a consultant in all matters pertaining to the Internet, technology, public relations, and social media. She is also the co-founder of TransparentBusiness, as well as co-founder of Yandiki.com. With more than 90,000 people from various countries, the renowned trade-show held in the capital of Cataluña has become the undisputed destination for global innovation. This year’s edition of the Mobile World Congress included sophisticated mobile telephony, smart devices, and even connected accessories like bracelets and watches. Also showcased were trends in concepts that have had a ...

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Is Miami the next innovation capital? image

The possibility of turning Miami into Latin America’s technology capital sparks enthusiasm within local investors and entrepreneurs. Beyond these encouraging signs, the challenge lies in generating a stimulating environment that contributes to innovative The possibility of turning Miami into Latin America’s technology capital sparks enthusiasm within local investors and entrepreneurs. Beyond these encouraging signs, the challenge lies in generating a stimulating environment that contributes to innovative ideas. By Silvina Moschini, @Miss_Internet Editor’s Note: Silvina Moschini is a specialized consultant in the areas of Technology, Internet Technology, Public Relations and Social Networking. She is co-founder of TransparentBusiness.com and Yandiki, Creative Talent in the Cloud. Can Miami become a sort of “Silicon Valley” with a Latin accent and sunshine? Or, to put ...

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