10 essential books that all freelancers should read

Kirstin on Fullback and Friends | Oh wow!! Perfect timing for all of our Creative students just nearing the end of their End of Year Shows (and for some of our lucky students the next journey is exhibiting at the 2015 New Designers exhibition – London, for the next couple of weeks). & then, graduation. So what is next? For some the end of year show, will have produced positive interest from prospective employers, for others, the future is open wide, with the prospect of freelancing, setting up a start up business, organising that first permanent creative job, and for many portfolio careers are ideal ways of balancing steady income with the freedom to continue to work, collaborate, create and design. If you need inspiration and professional advice, these books will be an ideal place to start.


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