Jane Bowyer on becoming a freelancer
Kirstin on Fullback and Friends | Many of our creative graduates will be building portfolio careers after completing their degrees. For some, freelancing will be a smooth transition, due to the networking and creative briefs that they have been involved in whist studying. Others, will be considering freelancing as a career option for the first-time.
Job searches, and identifying what your career path means to you, can be a lonely process, so it is always good to be inspired by others, and to learn from their advice and career journeys to help you plan yours. Subscribe to blogs, e-newsletters, and if not already, use LinkedIn to connect with like-minded creatives, and start following companies to keep you updated with opportunities.
This article, I hope will inspire those who are ready to take the next step to freelancing, a portfolio career or being a DISCO entrepreneur.