Independent consultants are pursued by clients for subject matter expertise demonstrated through their project history and work experience. But as you’re beefing up your resume, don’t underestimate the value of continuing education and certifications.
Independent contracting is a growing trend across all industries, and consulting is no exception. This week, we’re taking a look at some of the market trends that have made contracting a more sustainable option for companies and independent workers alike.
Independent consulting is a saturated and highly competitive market. In order to stand out, here are five mistakes you should always avoid.
Hiring a consultant is a major investment that can have tremendous benefits. Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy to evaluate the return that an organization receives from its consulting efforts.
Companies are turning to staffing firms to fill temporary positions, but these traditional firms frequently lack efficiency, accuracy, and added value.
Michael Waitzman, founder of Lyghtning, talks about how his career as an independent consultant inspired him to launch a platform to improve the industry.
You’ve signed up for Lyghtning and are well on the way to securing projects with great clients for better pay. Before you can get started, you’ll need to complete at least 70% of your profile to become searchable.
From ridesharing to healthcare, web-based apps and platforms are changing every aspect of our lives, making everyday tasks easier and more efficient. Lyghtning is no exception. Our revolutionary web app utilizes technology to reimagine the way independent consultants and clients connect.