How entrepreneurs found their start-up niche during Covid-19


Angela Muhwezi-Hall and Deborah Gladney started QuickHire, a hiring platform, during the pandemic.

Deborah Gladney

When the coronavirus pandemic shut down businesses across the nation, sisters Angela Muhwezi-Hall and Deborah Gladney decided it was the perfect time to start a new one.

It was an idea they had been mulling over for years: a hiring platform, called QuickHire, to help service industry and skilled trade workers obtain jobs. They had witnessed what they called the antiquated hiring process used by small operators and also understood the importance of this type of work.

“Covid was definitely the catalyst, when we saw millions of people lose their jobs [and] people had to reskill,”…


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