Do you use a matching algorithm?
We have an algorithm that suggests opportunities to you based on your profile, which you’ll see at the top of your dashboard when you log in to our platform. In addition, there is a real team of people here behind this platform working hard to find verified organizations around the world and help them scope projects. Our matching team will guide you through the searching and matching process to help you find new projects that match your profile.
Ultimately, you are the one that will request an introduction to the organization, or respond to an introduction request from an organization. Simply put, you choose who you get matched with, and we are here to help.
Read more about our process here.
Is the matching process different for each project type?
No, the matching process is the same for all project types. Organizations and experteers will continue to request introductions to each other and have mutual introduction conversations, before agreeing to match and work together. You can read more ...
How does the matching process work once I'm accepted into an Experteering program?
Once you’ve been accepted into an Experteering Program, the first thing you’ll need to do is complete your profile. Once your profile is complete, you can start browsing opportunities and requesting/receiving introduction requests to/from ...
What factors about me go into the matching process?
We suggest opportunities for you based on your skills, location preferences, languages you speak, and causes you care most about. These suggested matches will appear on your dashboard and directly in your inbox when they get published. In addition to ...
How do I turn on/off the emails and reminders I get for different support pillars within the TRANSFORM Support Hub (like learning, community, and matching)?
As an on-demand accelerator, the TRANSFORM Support Hub is designed to be responsive to you - meaning that you can access the kind of support you need, when you need it (without getting reminders about the support pillars that you don’t need.) When ...