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freelance

1. Politics a person, esp a politician, who supports several causes or parties without total commitment to any one
2. (in medieval Europe) a mercenary soldier or adventurer
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Melissa started her first freelance business with $700 and within five years was generating multi-millions.
You can say that I am one of the first freelance coaches, but honestly, when I started off, I hadn't really thought about it in this way.
Following the acquisition, Freelance will become a wholly owned subsidiary and rebranded as Bluestone Advantage.
8220;The job poster receives qualified sales leads from a local freelance sales agent as well as valuable product and country-specific feedback.
Rathan said he earned Dh3,000 a month for from main job, and a further Dh2,000 from the freelance projects, which made them more lucrative.
However, professionals are put off from starting a a freelance career because 31.
To protect against shady clients and scams, Goodman encourages conducting investigative work, such as Googling a client and scanning freelance message boards, before signing a freelance contract.
Brookson marketing manager Victoria McDonnell added: "We believe these events are an effective way for entrepreneurs to grow their businesses with freelance talent and for freelancers to find more work.
The creative industries have long relied on freelance talent to bring an extra pair of hands and a fresh pair of eyes to projects.
Working as a freelance writer for a local newspaper several days after Katrina hit, I walked around a warehouse at a former air force base that had become a temporary home for hundreds of evacuees.
Assisting Brown are some of the best freelance creative, media and production talents--or "associates"--in the industry.
FORMER Evening Telegraph journalist Chris Arnot is to give a talk about his current work as a freelance journalist for a number of national papers.