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Matthew Mottola

CEO at The Human Cloud

10+ year leader in adoption of freelance workforces, published author, venture backed founder and former leader of Microsoft’s signature freelance product, the Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit. 

About Matthew Mottola

Matthew Mottola has led the freelance economy for over a decade, offering a comprehensive perspective from various angles within the industry. As CEO of Human Cloud, alongside Jon Younger, he empowers freelance leaders to excel in the $6.2 trillion freelance economy. Under his leadership, Human Cloud published the Human Cloud book, built the #1 global freelance podcast, and launched the Freelance Trend Tracker.

In addition to his role at Human Cloud, Matthew speaks, invests, guest lectures at Georgia Tech, and contributes to Forbes on the freelance economy. His previous experience includes founding Venture L, leading the Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit, and early involvement at Gigster.

Matthew's expertise has led him to speak at 50+ international stages, earn recognition as a top 50 remote work expert, and be featured in Fortune, Bloomberg, YPO, and Yahoo Finance. In his own words, his career revolves around freelancing, assisting enterprises in hiring freelancers, and developing software that connects the two, providing insights into strategic workforce scaling through freelancers and freelance programs.

Matthew Mottola will be speaking about:

Keynote Speaker

Freelance 2.0: How the freelance economy is transforming from a transactional gig economy to the future of work

Calendar Main Stage   Time May 15, 09:15-09:45

Get ready for an enlightening experience as Matthew Motolla inaugurates Freelance Unlocked 2024. With unparalleled expertise, Matthew will delve into the future of freelancing and the shifting tides of the economy, offering invaluable insights and foresight into the path ahead.

Sales & Marketing

Panel Discussion: Where is the freelance economy heading?

Calendar Main Stage   Time May 15, 09:45-10:25

Matthew Mottola, alongside Jon Younger, Marc Clemens, Thomas Maas and Manuel Merurer, will be exploring the trajectory of the freelance economy, offering insights into its future direction and potential developments.