Glasgow Creative Clinics

Navigating & surviving as a creative freelancer

Tuesday, 26th March @ 6pm – 7.30pm

Online via Zoom

This event is for UWS students and graduates only.

Embark on a journey of empowerment with Rachael in this uplifting session that delves into the realities of creating the freelance career of your dreams. Join us to explore both the highs and lows, where Rachael shares her insights and experiences to guide you on a path of resilience and success.

Learn the secrets of cultivating positive habits that will fortify your freelance career. Rachael will unravel the power of a positive mindset, offering practical tips to overcome challenges and embrace opportunities. Discover how fostering resilience and optimism can be the driving force behind your success as a freelancer.

Unlock the keys to building meaningful connections that can propel your freelance career forward. Rachael will share strategies for networking effectively, whether online or in person, and highlight the importance of authentic relationships in the freelance landscape. Elevate your networking game to open doors to exciting collaborations and opportunities.

Self-investment plays a pivotal role in your freelance journey. Explore why dedicating time, resources, and effort to your personal and professional growth is non-negotiable.

Glasgow Creative Clinics is a project run by The Royal Conservatiore of Scotland in partnership with Creative Entrepreneurs Club. The project provides 1-2-1 mentoring and events for creative students and graduates in Glasgow.

Attending this event

This is an online video session held on Zoom. Simply follow the meeting link you will receive in your registration confirmation email.

Your host

Rachael Brown

Rachael Brown is the CEO of the Creative Entrepreneurs Club. She has over 20 years of experience as a leader in the creative industries and social enterprise sector, building impactful businesses and turning ideas into reality.

Rachael can also be found speaking at events, running business skills workshops, consulting with organisations and working with the government to negotiate policy change on behalf of the creative sector.

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