Zintro is a “Search and Connect Engine” that makes it easy for clients (expert-seekers) to find and connect with experts for projects (ranging from one half hour phone consults to multi-month on-site engagements). Some of the uses include:
▪ To engage in phone consults with experts for primary market research or to get challenging business or technical questions answered
▪ To source consultants or vendors for projects
▪ To identify candidates for full-time employment
Zintro has over 40,000 experts (browse) across every single industry sector. These experts have opted-in to receive system-matched inquiries from our almost 15,000 clients. Over 1,000 inquiries come in every month.
Zintro currently has numerous open projects related to the Textile Industry. A few of these projects are included below. Click on the links below to see more detail about the projects
A SMALL SAMPLE OF ACTIVE PROJECTS:
I am looking to connect with one or more Agricultural Chemicals Experts for …..more
Looking for a reliability engineer for a chemical plant producing phenol and ….more
I am looking for a chemical sourcing expert to help provide expert analysis and insight into top performing chemical markets for a whitepaper my company is looking to publish. PIERS collects and publishes details on US waterborne imports and exports…..more
I am looking to connect with one or more Leather Chemicals …..more
For Experts (client-seekers): Are you interested in marketing your services to Zintro’s Clients? It takes just a couple of minutes and is free to sign up as a Zintro Expert. Relevant projects will automatically be emailed to you. Click here to sign up.
For Clients (expert-seekers): In under 90 seconds, you can contact hundreds of relevant business or technical experts within any industry sector. Click here to post an Inquiry (free & anonymous).
Or, do you want to learn more about how Zintro works? Click here to view Zintro’s knowledge-base.
Zintro has experts in every industry sector, across every job function, in every geographic region. Recently, some of the following topics have seen a inquiry activity: