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Starting out as a freelancer

How to break in to the advertising industry

How to Break In To the Advertising Industry

Please welcome guest blogger Ashley Peabody. She is is an Associate Business Developer for Oracle based in San Francisco who is here to discuss planning and how to build your network early for long term career gains.  How to break in to the advertising industry In the last seven months, I’ve graduated college, waded through the treacherous waters of unemployment, ... Read More »

Freelancer focus: Richard Smith

freelancer Q&A

Part of Strat-Talking.com’s raison d’être is to hold freelancer focus sessions with different types of freelancers to build a rich hub of business tips and insight from which we can all learn and grow. Here goes… Simple one to start; what’s your name and what do you do? I’m Richard Smith and have been running my own independent business analyst ... Read More »

Freelancer Focus: Colm Brophy

freelancer Q&A

Part of Strat-Talking.com’s raison d’être is to hold freelancer focus sessions with different types of freelancers to build a rich hub of business tips and insights from which we can all learn and grow. Here goes… Simple one to start; what’s your name and what do you do? My name is Colm Brophy. What I do can be a surprisingly ... Read More »

Naming and branding your business

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One of the biggest challenges when you’re starting out as a freelance strategy consultant is naming and branding your business. Remembering that this will then live across all your brand touch points including: Website URL Email address Business cards Invoices Logos (brand identities) Presentations Email signatures etc. It has to mean something – not just to you but to your ... Read More »

How much to charge clients as a strategist

how much to charge clients

Pricing is always a sensitive issue… …when it comes to strategy consultants and freelancers in general – it is not the done thing to talk openly about it yet at some point you need to float it past someone, be it the hiring manager, the company director or recruiter of the place you are about to join on a freelance ... Read More »