Mobile task service becomes popular on Beijing campuses
Xiaoneida is used on more than
ten university campuses across Beijing.
students tend to embrace new things. Besides, the university
campus is a concentrated market, where new business models can
spread faster and even explode in the future," said Zhang
Guoqiang, co-founder of Xiaoneida
. You can register on this app as someone looking for someone to
do a particular job...or someone to be prepared to do it.
The money is not that enticing - most jobs only bring in around 5
yuan on average, that's around 70 cents. But it's quick and
flexible. And to put it to the test, now I'm going to ask someone
to help me buy some fruit.