HW Pick: Self Employed? Learn The Art of Personal Branding & Marketing

April 4, 2016

9e8f92ea-9ab5-4279-8926-ed4c640204e0Large corporations spend thousands and millions of dollars developing a brand, but most self-employed professionals don’t give it a second thought. A good brand is vital for freelancers because it distinguishes you from the myriad of other competitors who offer similar services; makes you and your business memorable; and provides credibility for attracting new clients and opportunities.

Join the New York Technology Council and Eagerto on April 5th, 2016 for an illuminating panel discussion about the most effective methods for building your reputation both off and online. Our speakers will share personal stories and tips on how they:

  • Find new clients and maintain long-lasting relationships with existing ones
  • Turn a connection into a paid project
  • Craft cold emails
  • Utilize peer referrals
  • Discover new ways to communicate their reputation and skills to potential clients

This program is the first installment of “Self-Employment Essentials,” a four-part series about the ins and outs of working for yourself. The series will cover topics related to writing and understanding contracts, negotiating projects, paying subcontractors, income taxes, and more.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Free for NYTECH members and sponsors. $20.00 for non-members.

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