10 reasons why freelancers need to network with each other
Updated: Jul 1
More opportunities: The bigger your network is the easier it is to find people to collaborate with. To get referrals. To discover hidden jobs. To learn about the freelance market.
Support & motivation: Freelancing feels less lonely when you can share your ups and downs with people who understand what it’s all about.
Grow your business: Find freelancers to outsource tasks to & learn how other freelancers are diversifying their income
Fun: Meet new people outside of your usual circle.
New perspectives & feedback: Validate your business idea and value proposition.
Solve problems: Share your struggles, challenges and frustrations – someone might have been in your shoes and knows a clear-cut solution to your issues.
Learn: Get answers to questions and new insights about e.g. pricing, marketing and accounting from people who are walking the talk.
Become more productive: Get recommendations for the best resources: products, courses, books, methods…
Increase your value in the market: By having access to expertise and complementary talent the more value you can offer to your customers
Help & share: We all know how challenging it is to start and run an independent business. We can pay it forward by sharing our experiences & knowledge.