Unlike freelancers, consultants, or offshore agencies, Squads is an easy-to-access, full-stack development talent network. When you join the Squads community, the people and skills you need are always available, when you need them.Get in touch
Everyone is excited. You have a BIG product vision. You have funding. But you also have a BIG problem. You don’t have a development team. Top talent is expensive and hard to find.
Instead of wasting time recruiting, tell us about your project vision. Your Squads teams will quickly assemble, organize, and recruit. When you work with Squads, the people and skills you need are always available, when you need them, so you accelerate time-to-market. And, you get a passionate community of full-stack development teams operating under a single agreement for all projects. Simple. Easy.
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Tightly-knit teams of teams working together. Stop worrying about onboarding and recruiting - your teams do that for you. When additional expertise is needed, your Squad draws from other vetted teams in the network.
Reduce your risk. Pay by the sprint. Pay for work that you have approved. Work with teams that have a vested interest in understanding your challenges and delivering the outcomes you require.
Onboard a small team to deliver your MVP, then scale with teams of teams to launch. Work with the same core team throughout the project while taking advantage of Squads' seamless team scaling, up or down, to get exactly what is needed at precisely the right time.
Learn about upcoming projects, break bread with us, check for chemistry, and find the right team, work with people you like, and get paid fast. Join the Squads community today.
Firstbird had to quickly expand its front-end development team, but wanted to be more efficient than its competitors. Local hiring was prohibitively expensive and Firstbird needed world-class expertise to meet a tight deadline.
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I needed a front-end team fast, we had a drop-deadline that we couldn’t miss, and being in Berlin, competition for talent was cut-throat — salaries were high and we couldn’t afford the risk of a bad hire.