Scalable Path

Pricing, How to Post, Key Information, and FAQs

Scalable Path

July 19th, 2019

Scalable Path is a freelance marketplace based in California. They specialize in helping businesses scale their development teams by connecting businesses with top-tier freelance developers.

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Scalable Path pricing ranges from $40.00 to $65.00 per hour.

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Pros: Gives you the ability to dip into a wide range of programming skills.

Cons: Freelancers often work on multiple projects, which means you are competing for their attention.

Bottomline: An excellent means of scaling your development team with minimal resources.

How to Post a Job on Scalable Path:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on "Hire Top Talent."
  3. Submit your personal details and Scalable Path will provide a list of candidates who fit your needs.

Key Information:


Damien Filiatrault




Damien Filiatrault


San Rafael, California, USA

Phone Number

1 (415) 373-0772


1020 San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael, CA, United States 94901





soshace -

Another interesting resource with talented developers is Scalable Path. It’s a huge marketplace with more than 6000 developers. You can choose between a wide range of technologies and find an appropriate developer for your needs. The prices start a bit lower than in TopTal, from $40/hour. They hire a lot of developers from Latin America. I definitely recommend you to check this resource if you will need a freelance developer or even a team.

prdmagnet -

You should check out Scalable Path as it is a technical network of developers largely from Latin America! Here's the website:


How can I create a Scalable Path account?

From the Scalable Path home page, click "Login" and then "Create a Client Account" and fill in your details.

What kind of freelance jobs can you post on Scalable Path?

Hire from a broad range of jobs, be they Frontend Developer, Backend Developer, Graphic Designer, Copywriter, or Digital Marketer, among others.

What are some Scalable Path alternatives?