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Freelancing.hk: Hong Kong’s most transparent marketplace for all freelancers

Freelancing.hk is the marketplace for all freelancers and clients from Hong Kong. You do not need to register, just select the most suitable freelancer directly - free and in seconds!

Even in the case of an assignment we will not charge you (the client directly pays the freelancer). Just click on the left side on one of our 35 freelancer categories to find the most suitable freelancer.

Freelancing.hk has been developed in coope­ration with Nobel Prize winner Reinhard Selten as a highly transparent marketplace for the most efficient introduction of freelancers.

Freelancers: Why use Freelancing.hk?

Freelancers in Hong Kong do not like to be constantly engaged in hopeless applications to recruitment agents who charge a large ongoing commission for the duration of the relationship.

Freelancers in Hong Kong prefer to enter into a direct contract with the client. Through Freelancing.hk, the client searches for the most appropriate freelancer with 37% of all introductions resulting in direct contracts*.

The hourly rate is clearly stated up front, removing the necessity for further price negotiations. As a result, we generate an average of 2.2 projects per freelancer per year, about ten times more than other job market sources... more

*: Average conversion rate. Our most professional freelancers get up to 80%.

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