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Company Overview


Did you know that for the past 40 years there has been a decline of teens participating in the workforce?

Enter Skratch - A Dallas based mobile platform and gig economy marketplace that connects teens with local adult neighbors (and eventually businesses) to accomplish task-based work.

The app provides streamlined payment, tracks work history and creates a first resume for teen users. Skratch also validates performance through a two-way rating system, and offers the critical features to deliver safe transactions between parties.


Simple registration. Convenient scheduling. Easy payment.


Customizable, task-based jobs.



3000 Users
$20 per week Transaction Volume
3 Employees
2 Issued Patents

Pitch Deck


  • 5,000 downloads in 9 zip codes

    October, 2017
  • 60% of active users have used app more than 3 times

    October, 2017
  • Active Pilot program with Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County

    July, 2017
  • Winner 25K Fast Pitch Big Bang Social Impact Conference

    November, 2017


Mike Simpson
Mike Simpson
CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs
"This platform is tackling a key issue for us and giving teens a new way to think about work. It just makes sense that a mobile app connects them to opportunity."
Tony Fleo
Tony Fleo
Managing Director Social Venture Partners
"Skratch is smart. They take social impact seriously and truly understand what it means to be a double bottom business, profit with a purpose. "
Karen Garfield
Karen Garfield
Mother of Skratcher
"The day my daughter turned 14 she downloaded skratch and made over 80 dollars in her first 2 weeks. I didn't realize how earning would boost her confidence and give her some financial literacy. She has found something new about herself that she is great with kids."
Raquel Foster
Raquel Foster
"This app is awesome. I use it often because I work from home and have twin fourth graders. Whatever I need help with it seems like skratch has teens that can assist. I don't know what I did before having it on my phone."