Doing freelance web work can be a great way to make money on the side, keep your skills up to date, and work on interesting projects. But as horror-story sites like “Clients from Hell” demonstrate, there are a lot of things that can go wrong, especially when it comes to client service.
This event is perfect for designers, developers, and others who are currently freelancing or who are thinking about taking on a part-time freelance project but don’t know where to start.
If you do web freelancing or work at a small marketing agency, this interactive workshop will help you avoid common problems and enjoy your work more. You’ll learn:
How do I find good clients for my freelance business or small web agency?
What should I do to get clients to pay me for all of my time?
How can I say “no” to a client without burning bridges?
Got questions you want to ask? Tweet them to @KarlSakas or email them to [masked] and we’ll answer them at the event on July 25th.
Creative agency business consultant Karl Sakas helps marketing, web, and creative agency owners sort out the business side of running their agency, so they have time to get back to what they love doing. As president & founder of Agency Firebox, he provides consulting, training, and business coaching services for creative entrepreneurs throughout the U.S. Outside of work, Karl occasionally volunteers as a bartender on a 1930s railroad car. Want free tips to improve your creative services business? Sign up at http://AgencyFirebox.com/