Our first ever guest is Emma Torrance, who’s been supporting people in business matters for 30 years, in a variety of roles – as well as running and managing businesses – and has worked freelance as a business advisor and mentor for almost 10 years.
She joins us on this, the very first Freelancer’s Friend episode, to share some of her experiences and knowledge that should be helpful to you if you’re considering becoming, or have recently become, self employed…
Links mentioned in this episode
- Email Emma Torrance: firstname.lastname@example.org
- THiNK website: https://thinkinng.org
- Emma on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-torrance-2a90701/
- THiNK on Twitter: https://twitter.com/THiNKin_NG
- THiNK on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thinkinnottingham
- THiNK on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thinkin_ng
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Aspect Avenue Founder. Victor has worked at home for 20 years, mainly as a web designer, developer and web consultant since before the days of Google and social media! He has been involved with a variety of business ideas, and worked with a wide variety of business types, large and small. Aspect Avenue is now his main business.