January 25, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MadSkills Announces Rebrand to Instant Teams
Rehoboth, DE – MadSkills is pleased to announce a major rebranding to reflect the company’s evolution into an all-encompassing remote team assembly and management solution.
“About nine months ago, our leadership team sat together to simply discuss how to scale to serve more companies with remote teams and remote professionals for ample career-driven work opportunities that provide flexibility and sustainment,” said Instant Teams CEO, Liza Rodewald. “Our plan started simply enough with just wanting to place great talent with the companies who needed to scale fast with qualified team members. From there, it evolved into a larger-scale operation that’s taken us from a very manual process towards automation and technology-driven remote team assembly.”
“While our closest customers and partners know that our company is dedicated to remote team creation and the daily engagement of remote teams, we’ve discovered a large market opportunity to embrace as we’ve served our customers and community over the past 2 years”, said Erica McMannes, COO of Instant Teams. “Through an exhaustive 9-month effort that included everything from industry and competitive analyses, new marketing plan, a seed round, and proprietary technology development, Instant Teams was born.”
The rebranding includes a top-to-bottom redesign of the company’s website, logo, graphics, communications, and correspondence. Instant Teams’ new brand assets include a modernized logo to represent the collaboration of tech-enabled remote teams across the globe and a new website offering proprietary team assembly and management software.
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