Hey Everyone, if you’re a freelancer here on the island and you’re interested in helping shape the next freelance event, please complete this survey (created by Mike Dewolfe, of ThoseDewolfes.com) We’d love to know what you want the next event to be like. Here’s a link with some info about the FreelanceCamp we held at inHub coworking space in October. Here’s the link to the survey – and there are less than 10 questions, so do it now before you forget.
Here’s a volunteer that needs no introduction – but I’m going to, anyways! A huge help to a large variety of causes in Victoria, we’re very grateful to have his skill and talent on tap for our FreelanceCamp setup. It might just be me, but it seems that any event that Anthony is a part of is a successful event! Hope we can keep that streak alive Over the past 25 years, Anthony has explored and expanded his intuitive and creative abilities with photography, video, design, traditional and web based marketing, hospitality, customer service, public speaking and sales. His career … Continue reading
as we continue with our #YYJFree volunteers – we’re happy to share the other half of ThoseDeWolfes – Cheryl DeWolfe aka @victriviaqueen -super smart, outstanding writer, and coffee connoisseur! As an active blogger, writer, photographer and crafter, I have been quietly freelancing for many years. I learned to hand code HTML in 1996 and never looked back. I still have a day job so tend toward smaller jobs — writing articles, building and managing websites, selling stock photos and creating products (books, handcrafts, etc.) to sell. Lately I’ve been developing workshops. Our company, Those DeWolfes Creative is the business side of … Continue reading
Our volunteers are freelancers too – and we’re happy to share a bit about them with the rest of the freelancers in Victoria. If you’re looking for exceptional talent and a fantastic work ethic – please have a look at our volunteers to help you on your next project Introducing – Mike DeWolfe I have been doing freelance writing since 1984 with some long gaps of activity– print publications, online articles and some ghostwriting. I started into doing site design and web development as a freelancer in 1999 after a few years of working for a local company. Likewise, I’ve … Continue reading
Coordinating and setting up a freelance camp takes a bit of work, so we’d like to share the love and let you know about the very talented volunteers who are helping to make #YYJFree an enjoyable and educational event for everyone. Introducing – Kristin Quayle – @quaylecomm I’m Kristin Quayle, co-owner of InHub Coworking Space and sole proprietor of Quayle Communications. I started Quayle Communications to help small and aspiring small businesses get noticed through community engagement, content creation and social media management. Around the same time Evan and I, both working from home, decided it was high time for … Continue reading