LOCAL mums are being empowered to work their own way thanks to an event running at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City.
In collaboration with ECU, a work station has been set up for mums to catch up on emails, calls and messages and learn about the Jugglr app while kids are kept entertained at the play zone with balloon artists, face painters and activities.
Jugglr aims to change the way mums work.
“The app is an online marketplace that allows mumpreneurs, stay-at-home mums and professional mums to offer their skills and services to other local mothers,” The Link’s newsletter said.
“The entire transaction takes place within the app.”
Lakeside Joondalup’s website said the app was for “any mum wanting to earn extra money or mums looking for someone to provide a reliable service”.
“From event planning to baking cakes, from accounting and legal advice to social media and market research, from personal training to career coaching and much more, Jugglr is for every kind of mum,” it said.
Jugglr chief executive Elio Adragna said apps like Jugglr were “instrumental in the transformation and connection of like-minded women who want to benefit from the gig-economy and want to work on their own terms”.
The Jugglr Zone will be set up in front of Myer until May 2.