ProMazo is a new type of staffing solution that allows you to tap into the top 5% of the intellectual firepower at the world's best universities and embed these highly skilled individuals onto your team.
Augmenting their sales team with technical capacity and skills
How a large media company tapped into ProMazo's unique Workforce
Here's how we hand curated a team for them
It all begins with a brief
We sat down with the division’s leaders to outline their goals and how they wanted to augment their current team with new skills over the next year.
What is ProMazo?
What is a ProMazo Fellow?
How much does it cost?
John Tarell, USC
Our Chapter Leaders searched our network to find people with the perfect blend of hard and soft skills.
Arneil Farsh, Howard University
Alicia Ramirez, UC Berkeley
Our network extends over hundreds of universities, giving us access to a wide variety of skill sets and backgrounds.
Some of the world's best mathematicians, software developers, and creatives compete to join your team.
Work with a group of talented ProMazo Fellows who are embedded on your team throughout the year.
Lambs Tao, NYU
Tatianna Keller, MIT
How do you screen your Fellows?
How do you ensure the work quality?
How long does it take to start?
Justin Hoper, Northwestern University
An all-star team managed for you
Full time ProMazo Managers who are experts in remote work handle the day-to-day oversight of your ProMazo team so you can focus on getting work done.
ProMazo teams use the latest project management techniques including Scrum and Agile Methodologies so we can rapidly adjust to new priorities as they are set.
Together they produced a platform that transformed how they sold
Flexible, Adjustable, & Customizable
At the end of each year as you understand your new priorities, you can adjust the skill set of your ProMazo team, allowing you to customize your team to have the exact skills you need to be successful.
How do we communicate with our Fellows?
Do we have ownership over everything that is produced?
Can we hire Fellows after graduation?