Thanks to Jellow, companies can quickly match assignments with freelancers. Freelancers can be invited exclusively to respond to private assignments or they can respond to public assignments on their own initiative. Intermediate parties or intermediaries are never admitted to the Jellow platform.
Via Jellow, employers are in direct contact with one or more freelancers. Questions and files can be exchanged in a closed environment.
Employers can hire the ideal match at the touch of a button. If desired, Jellow arranges the contractual and financial settlement according to Belgian laws and regulations.
No, we only link supply and demand. There is direct contact between the client and freelancers for an assignment. Our matchmaking software connects supply and demand in an efficient way. Actually, we offer the advantages of an intermediary, but without the disadvantages.
Jellow focuses on all independent entrepreneurs without personnel who provide business-to-business (B2B) services to companies or organizations based on temporary contracts, assignments or projects.
All information about the different formulas and rates can be found on our pricing page (https://www.jellow.be/en/pricing)
Questions about formulas or rates? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +32 15 79 72 80.
A Jellow account is completely free for freelancers. Clients pay for the use of the Jellow matchmaking software and/or services.
Yes! Provided you have filled in all your details after logging in and activated your account by clicking on the link in the activation mail. The clients in Jellow can find you and contact you directly for a nice freelance assignment.
No, only for clients with a Jellow 24/7 account (matchmaking software) and for Jellow Go (matchmaking software) and Discovery (matchmaking test drive) clients if you have accepted their invitation to respond to an assignment.
First and foremost it is important to know that only public assignments are visible on Jellow. After all, most clients place closed orders. These are only accessible to freelancers who were invited. In this way, clients themselves can keep the number of reactions and thus their workload under control.
It is true that there are currently more Dutch clients and freelancers registered than Belgian. Jellow.nl is already a bit longer online than Jellow.be. At present, nearly as many Belgian clients and freelancers are signing in on a daily basis compared to the Netherlands.
In any case, it makes sense to create a free Jellow account and to fully update your profile. After all, the great thing about Jellow is that clients seek and invite freelancers to respond to relevant assignments.
Jellow has done everything to manage and protect the data of its users in the way described in the GDPR. There's no "how to guide" so whether we have thought of everything is unfortunately not guaranteed with 100% certainty. If you are of the opinion that we have missed something, please let us know.
Yes you can, at any time! Once you are logged in, you can adjust your personal data in your profile. You can find and change your profile if you are logged in and if you click on your name at the top right. Then choose 'my account'. If you want a download of all the data we have stored, please contact us via +32 3 560 17 00 or send an email to email@example.com. We will then send a file containing all your data to the email address mentioned in your profile within 48 hours (on weekdays).
Jellow tries to store as little personal data as possible. The data we store from our users is needed to connect supply and demand in the freelance market as good as possible. Data is stored and used for that purpose only. Personal data of users are never shared with third parties other than with the contracted parties that ensure the correct completion of an assignment.
To delete your account, click on your name at the top right and then click on 'settings'. At the bottom of this page you have the possibility to delete your entire account. ATTENTION when deleting your account, everything is removed from our database. Only those data that fall under the statutory retention obligation such as information about current and completed assignments will be retained in accordance with the statutory retention obligation.
Yes, we have! You can find these under the Privacy Statement in the General Terms and Conditions. It also states how we deal with cookies and what they are used for.