Try trips and tips
In addition to having worked for Under The Bridge since he graduated from the Florida Institute of Technology in 2001, Shane Lowney has begun working freelance in his spare time, placing particular focus on helping startups with new product design. He has encountered a number of challenges since he began working for himself and has developed the following pointers for those who are considering going freelance in their chosen field.
Develop a Portfolio
Unless you have built a reputation for the work you do at another company, you are going to start out with minimal exposure and practically no name recognition when you start working freelance. This makes your portfolio vital when it comes to attracting work, as potential clients will want to see examples of what you can do if they are going to take the risk of working with a freelancer instead of an established company.
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