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September is the month that usually marks big change in our calendars. New leaves and flowers make their appearance, while people also look to cleaning up. Cosy winter wardrobes are shifted to the back of closets, women lighten their hair and people tend to change things up. Our businesses and
The Southern African Freelancers’ Association (SAFREA) has released new insights into the South African freelance landscape through its 2017-2018 SA Media Freelance Industry and Rates Report. The report states that SA’s freelance media sector is dominated by women; a whopping 67% of local freelancers are female. We decided to
There is a bigger chance that you skipped breakfast today than you skipped social media. For many, logging into their social media accounts is a daily activity that they can’t live without. The mere thought of entering a Wi-Fi-free zone leaves them cold at the thought of missing something
Written by Carla Mouton, Copywriter Freelancing can be challenging for various reasons. What makes it particularly difficult is the lack of a support and specialist network, such as a finance, HR and IT department. This means that freelancers usually don’t have all the tools and people available to them
It’s that time of the (new) year again: to predict what lies ahead for the days, weeks, and months to come. Although nobody can no for sure what the year might hold, it’s a valuable exercise to keep up to date with shifts in the marketing industry. One of the
Independent consultants are agencies’ new best friends Written by Melinda Collins We go by many names: Freelancers, consultants, contractors, independent specialists…. Whatever name you may call us, it’s clear that more and more companies are considering the services of freelancers. In a press release by Upwork, the world’s largest freelancing