Are you thinking about quitting the 9-5 and starting a freelance gig? Not really sure what the world of freelance has in store for you? Well we’ve got you covered. On Tuesday 17th November at 11am GMT, our very own John Hinchliffe will be presenting a live webinar “Introduction to freelancing: Experts insights”.
At Jam Pan, we’re passionate about driving innovation in the learning industry. We tap into the growing gig economy and help clients and suppliers do great work together. But above all else, we want to help our freelance community get the most out of their career. In this webinar we’re giving you the chance to hear from real freelancers about their experiences in the gig economy. Including how they got started, how they continued to source work, and their top tips to making a freelance career successful.
Ahead of the webinar we wanted to introduce you to the three wonderful freelancers that will be joining John next week:
Houra is a freelance learning consultant and designer. She has a passion for designing and implementing strategic solutions that have real impact. She has worked with a whole host of amazing companies including Pearson Education, Unimenta and QA since starting her freelance career.
Egle is a freelance learning advisor through her company, Skillbright Labs. She provides end-to-end digital learning product strategy & development to a range of organisations; always providing a user-centred and evidenced-based approach. Throughout her freelance career she’s worked with amazing companies including Founders Academy, BODYSWAPS and Tech Nation.
Teresa is founder and lead consultant at ConsultHer. She provides consulting, change management and project management services to the digital learning industry. Her successful freelance career includes working with clients such as Avado and LearningAge Solutions.
So, to understand the fundamentals of freelancing and hear from real humans who are making a life from running their own business, join our live panel discussion on Tuesday 17th November at 11am GMT. Register now!