Sports and Editorial Photographer, Ben Duffy, has travelled the globe taking photos of great sporting events. The last 10 years has seen a shift away from the pitch and into the studio, getting to photograph incredibly talented and iconic sports people. Ben’s client list includes VISA, EA Sports, adidas, Puma, Nike, Harper Collins, Lucozade, Bridgestone, Gillette, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, The Premier League, B&Q and Nestle and he has photographed some of the highest profile sports stars on the planet.
Kate Davis, Creative Mindset Coach delivers a workshop on imposter syndrome, fulfilling your potential, valuing yourself and your work.
Caroline Bayley, a presenter of In Business at BBC Radio 4 talks about her recent podcast on The World of Business exploring the impact of working from home. We discuss the effect this is having on us and what the future holds for the world of work. We also delve into the impact this might have on freelancers as businesses slowly start to reopen.
Let’s be honest. We all experience creative blocks from time to time while working on client projects. Throw a pandemic and a shrinking client list into the mix and these creative blocks can become more prevalent than we’d like.
Business Casual presents 'How to Find Clients and Think Like Them' with Head of Community at WorkClub, Dale Johnson. Dale delivers a 20 minute presentation on alternative ways to find freelance clients outside of the gig platforms. He discusses the pros and cons of job sites, how to think like an employer and how to intercept their hiring journey.
When we launched the Freelancer Club, the term 'freelancer' was perceived as a stop gap when you couldn't get a 'real' job. The lack of support for freelancers, from Government level right through to online resources, was severely lacking and the freelance community was badly under-represented. BDaily News recently wrote an article about Freelancer Club's journey from 30 to 40,000 members, why the Club was set up and what the future holds.
Every freelancer will have their story. The lucky ones who have always been able to provide their service remotely will be okay, however, at the extreme end of the scale, some freelancers have lost their entire client list, had to move out of their home and are in a lot of debt. i News spoke to Freelancer Club about the impact COVID has had on the freelance community.
There has been so much confusion (an exclusion) regarding the Government support for freelancers. Are you eligible for SEISS? Is there any point in applying for Universal Income? Can you get a bounce back loan? Bustle asked us for our insights and advice.