Frequently Asked Questions
We aim for full transparency for all parts. If anything remains unclear or if you have a question not covered in this FAQ, please send us a message and we will happily get you the answers you need.
How do you select the team for my project?
We believe that applying filters to a database is just not good enough when choosing something as important as the right people for your project. Instead, we use a combination of state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms and human curating to find the optimal fit.
Where are the experts located?
We have a worldwide network of experts and cover all time zones from the US to Europe and Asia. You can also request for members that live close to your area in case you want to have them within reach or collaborate in-house.
Can I interview them before I accept the team?
Absolutely! We actually encourage that both parts engage in a conversation and will even provide you guidelines for things you might want to remember to discuss.
Who owns the Intellectual Property of the produced work?
Any Intellectual Property produced by the collaboration and tracked within the platform is protected by contract and owned by the customer. We seamlessly integrate with the most popular project management platforms so the collaboration and tracking are virtually transparent.
I really like working with my team of experts, can I hire them as employees?
Yes! We offer a contract-to-hire option for our experts. If you know in advance that this is an option you’d like to consider, please let us know so we can find experts that are eligible to work in your country.
Which companies are best suited for Celerative?
Generally, our customers are startups, technology companies, and nonprofits with 1–300 employees. But we think Celerative is a great match for any forward thinking company no matter the industry. If you’re not sure if Celerative is right for you, please get in touch with us.
How do I get paid?
You can withdraw payments received through our platform via wire transfer or PayPal.
What if I don't like the project I'm in?
You can always rely on your assigned success manager to discuss anything you need from advice to questions. If the assigned project turns out not to be what you expected, we’ll kick in to find out how the situation can be improved and in the worst case scenario, we’ll match you to a new project.
I like the freedom of freelancing but I don't want to work alone, what can I do?
We want to build a worldwide network of experts and having a local community in your area is a major part of that. If you’re interested in networking or sharing a working location with other members in your area, your success manager can definitely help you with that.