While it's free to register for a Client, Service Provider or Partner Exchange account, MeasureMatch centrally makes money by collecting platform fees from each successful services contract completed through the marketplace.
The platform operates a two-sided fee model, similar to Airbnb's. This means MeasureMatch captures fees from both buyers and sellers of services.
The Partner Exchange comes with its own subscription fees, which you can see separately here.
Each services contract has a line item for a client platform fee which is based on total gross spending in each calendar year.
This means that the more each client invests in professional services through the MeasureMatch marketplace, the lower the platform fee.
The client platform fee tiers breakdown is below:
The Net Fee Ranges in the table above are simple examples using straight math.
Actual fee levels will vary, and will likely be less, depending on how and when budgets are allocated.
For example, an initial project budget of $25,000 will immediately net a 10% fee level.
And if the next contract is priced at $32,000 (for a total of $57,000 in gross spending), the platform fee level for that contract will be 8%.
Below is real world example. You'll see that this includes both service provider and client platform fee values.
In this case, the client and service provider were US-based and their spending/earnings reached just north of $100k, hence the pricing level.
MeasureMatch Enterprise, which is for clients with budgets north of $ 100,000 over a period of 12 consecutive months, offers more favourable pricing and service terms. Get in touch to discuss.
Learn more about Service Provider platform fees here.
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