picture President and CEO Koichiro Yoshida

Talent infrastructure

CrowdWorks is Japan’s top crowdsourcing service, where people of all walks of life can use their skills and strengths for gainful work via the internet without being tied to specific times and locations.

Whether you’re a crowd worker, a freelancer, a sole proprietor, an SME, whether you’re at home raising children, a youngster just starting out in the workforce or retired after a long career, or whether you are living with disabilities but still eager to contribute… wherever you are, whatever your age, and however much time you have to spare, CrowdWorks offers you the opportunity to earn an income. And client companies, who previously worked exclusively with corporate suppliers, can start harnessing the skills and free time of talented individuals for agreeable costs in as little as three minutes.

Amid evolving values regarding work, the rise of telecommuting and other new working practices, and major corporations relaxing their stances on “side hustle” work, our mission is to facilitate those new ways of working through a variety of services.

Working occupies a significant portion of our lives, so we believe it should be more than just a means of earning money. That’s why our services are founded on a philosophy of work as a genuinely rewarding activity that creates and strengthens human ties.
At CrowdWorks, we endeavor to earn your trust and support the hard way: through honest delivery of quality services and strict adherence to compliance principles.

At the time of writing, Covid-19, the novel coronavirus, is accelerating changes to working practices around the world, and Japan is no exception. One of the effects of the pandemic has been the almost universal uptake of telecommuting among Japanese companies, leading to a need for remote team management. We’re ready to support our 760,000 clients and 4.7 million crowd workers and ensure they’re able to work online during these trying times, and we hope and pray that the spread of Covid-19 is halted quickly.

President and CEO
Koichiro Yoshida