The economy of tomorrow will be inclusive or not. While traditional companies are marking the end of the road, the social and solidarity sector is giving rise to new, more inclusive models, aware of the need to share. Give more to earn more? It works! It works!
isahit is one of the 3 examples given by Capital to illustrate these new, more inclusive models, aware of the need for sharing.
Isahit, the responsible digital outsourcing
Launched in 2016 by Isabelle MasholaandPhilippe Coup-Jambet, Isahit is not a digital marketplace like any other. First, because his providers are only womenliving in 18 French and English-speaking African countries and, soon, in the Philippines and Brazil. Then because the platform guarantees them an income décent : about 20 euros per day, compared to 6 to 9 maximum in most "click farms" located in developing countries. How? How? Thanks to a fair and transparent business model. Out of 100 euros invoiced, Isahit charges a 35% commission, pays 60% to the service provider and 5% to Isahit Help, a digital training program for female employees.
For companiesthe rates are clear: for 5.25 euros to 9.75 euros per hour, they outsource their digital taskswhile having a real social impact. "Technology associated with humans can become a real lever for social innovation," says the creator. Trained as an engineer, working in digital consulting for large groups, she Isabelle Masholahas always been interested in issues of mutual support between women. It was during a trip to Cameroon to meet women entrepreneurs that she realized that generosity was not enough: pas : "You have to give meaning through work," she explains.
The 2000 hiters it now employs create and enrich databases, animate chatbots, analyze tweets or validate invoices. On behalf of responsible clients, such as BNP Paribas, Société Générale, Sodexo or Adecco.