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Freelance Like You Mean It
January 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm$35
Have you been wondering whether freelancing is right for you? Find out in this Saturday-morning workshop with local freelancers Antje Hornbeck of Blue House Creative and Caroline Tremblay of Owl & Pen. In this interactive session, they’ll talk about time, money, and lifestyle considerations for launching a successful freelance career. You’ll leave knowing what you want to offer, how to get started, and what tools you can use to get there. Bring those burning questions and be ready for lots of insider tips and tricks from these experienced freelancers. Their goal is to help you make better, faster, easier business decisions so you can freelance like you mean it!
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About the Instructors:
With two decades of experience in print and online marketing, Antje Hornbeck inspires, motivates and educates businesses on how to stand out and tell their story – honestly and directly by creating content that will connect with their customers and make a lasting impression.For the last six years, Antje has been running Blue House Creative (www.bluehousecreative.net), an agency that helps business owners leverage marketing tools to make things more simple and more profitable.
Caroline Tremblay of Owl & Pen is a language-savvy wordsmith who’s enthusiastic about building small business and community success. On any given day, she’s at her laptop, ghostwriting webpages, social media captions, and blog posts for area businesses. You may also come across her work in local magazines, like Monadnock Table and atHome New England or online in the nationally published Daily Yonder, a digital publication focused on rural living and solutions. In addition to her role as Content Director for Owl & Pen (OwlandPenWriting.com), Caroline is the founder of digital magazine TheMonadnocker.com, which publishes 10 must-have experiences in the Monadnock Region each season. Her love of all things local means you can usually find her at a coffee shop, festival, or farm with her husband and two kids, gathering stories for whatever piece of writing is on tap next.