Partnership with the Freelancer Club
The NEA (Neurodiversity and Entrepreneurship Association) and The Freelancer Club are pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership, offering freelancers the opportunity to receive 12 months of free Pro membership of The Freelancer Club. For the first 6 months, in addition to free access to all Pro features, members are offered mentorship to guide and support them through various aspects of business. The partnership between the two organisations is supported by Xero-Go, a business tracking app for the self-employed, sole traders, and side hustlers.
The Freelancer Club provides a huge range of resources, masterclasses, tools and jobs within their active community. Pro membership includes access to their Freelance Business School, the Masterclass Library, one-to-one coaching sessions, and live masterclasses, as well as the opportunity to apply for unlimited jobs and collaborations.
The NEA provides a meeting place for all those with an interest in neurodiversity and entrepreneurship, creating a safe and nurturing environment for neurodivergent entrepreneurs to get the help and support they need to start their own businesses, and get ongoing support to keep them up-and-running and earning them an income.
The deadline to apply for one of these special places is Wednesday, May 31st and is completely free, thanks to the kind support of Xero-Go. Applicants should contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
NEA Chief Executive, Rob Edwards, says, ‘We are delighted to be working with the Freelancers Club to open up their range of great resources to more neurodivergent freelancers. We look forward to celebrating and nurturing the work of this new group in the Freelancers Club community.’
Founder of the Freelancer Club, Matt Dowling, comments, ‘One of our core values at the Freelancer Club is inclusivity and we're committed to providing pathways and support for all. We're thrilled to be partnering with NEA to further showcase the work of freelance talent within their community.’
About the Freelancer Club
The Freelancer Club is one of the leading creative communities online, with over 60,000 members. The valuable resources and advice made available through the network enable freelancers to create their own platforms and showcase their creativity. Founded by Matt Dowling in 2015, the Freelancer Club aims to challenge the exploitation of creative freelancers and nurture support within its community.
Applicants should contact email@example.com