Prosper Taps the Convenience of Digital Cultures to Make an Impact

 - Mar 22, 2019
References: helloprosper
Since surveys point out that "35 percent of Canadians don't think their employer provides them with [the] ongoing support needed to grow and expand professional skills," a career coaching app can prove to be quite convenient and useful. Prosper is one such service that offers on-demand advice, guidance and soft skill training to its users. All tactics are informed by the common operational activities of the modern workplace.

The service is offered at an accessible price and it is personalized based on the user's needs. The career coaching app also requires no long-term commitment and users can book sessions as needed. Individuals new to the service receive a complimentary 15-minute intro session that gives them a taste of what Prosper can deliver and how it can significantly impact their career.

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