Join us at the Launceston Freelance Festival and meet these freelancer success stories!

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Lindy Alexander is a freelance writer who earns $100,000 a year.

She achieved this six-figure income very quickly and shares tips on how you can emulate her success on her blog The Freelancers Year. 

Rachel Smith runs a website called Rachel’s List. For an annual membership fee of just $29, you get access to further job opportunities or you can simply join the list for free.

Nina Hendy is a freelance journalist who founded  The Freelance Collective. Writers, graphic designers, videographers, editors, illustrators, brand strategists, photographers, composers, bloggers, and software engineers are some of the talented freelancers for hire.

Ginger Gorman is also a freelance journalist who uses her income from media clients and the crowdfunding site Patreon to fund her social justice investigative journalism.

Sue White is a travel writer and digital nomad who divides her time between home and abroad. Sue and Ginger run Media Bootcamp  a series of workshops on how to deal with the media.

The Creative Workforce

These trailblazing women are all part of a vibrant freelance community who  represent  a growing creative and independent workforce.

And they want to share their success secrets with you.

They are helping to build a community of freelancers and shaping a new media culture.

So come along and be part of the media revolution at the upcoming Launceston Freelance Festival. 

What is the Launceston Freelance Festival?

This unique event is an innovative and dynamic combination of workshops, discussions, panel sessions, keynote speakers, networking opportunities and business advice for new or existing freelancers and anyone else contemplating an interesting life.

So if you want to be part of an exciting new media era, then help us to build it in a supportive, creative, and uplifting environment.

Early Bird Tickets now available.

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Sue Bell is an entertainment writer and author of Backpacked: A mostly true story, Beat Street and When Dreamworks came to Stanley.



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