SUPPLIER FOCUS: Social care staffing crisis solution brings new opportunity PR image CHP_nov21_final

The marketplace for social care shifts and full-time jobs, is inviting care professionals for a limited opportunity to buy shares and ‘have a say’ as part of its social strategy. is blending technology and real people 24/7 in a mission to help care professionals get better pay, more flexibility and improved working rights. It’s this genuine focus that is driving care workers across the sector to register with Outt for extra work.

CEO at, Steve O’Brien, said: “The social care sector is in the middle of a huge staffing crisis, over the past 18 months our team has been developing new technology to provide a real solution. As a technology powered, people based business, we knew we had to crowdfund into the market, offering the very people we aim to help a chance to own and shape our business. This is a real opportunity to buy shares and even have a say in our future, through the FCA regulated website Crowdcube.

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“We know how conventional care agencies work. We know how difficult it is because we’ve been there – and we know how many incredible social care professionals work crazy hours for low pay. Our new online style of working has been designed to better support the care professionals who are the heart and soul of the industry. This is the flexibility and control that we hear loud and clear is in demand!

“Working with gives back control, allowing care professionals to choose shifts at an agreed rate and even choose when they get paid. Our aim is to get care professionals the pay and rights they deserve, so the team at are campaigning on the sleep-in pay debate, tax breaks for key workers and the flexibility to support a healthy work/life balance. We know that more care organisations will jump on board with our ethos, as it will align with their core values in many cases.” is asking investors to support the initiative via, the platform is regulated by the FCA and supports beginners and experienced investors to buy shares from as little as £10.

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