We treat freelancers as independent professionals:
No intermediaries. No commissions. No bidding. No oversight.
You can contact all of our members directly without any interventions from our side.
product designer and consultant — Designing, implementing, optimising and testing digital products, information systems for businesses, e-commerce and freelancers, focusing on UX, UI and project management. Training and consultancy for companies, managers, employees and customers.
advocate and real estate lawyer — Legal services for buyers, property owners, real estate agencies, homeowners and housing associations. 15 years of law experience, Master of Laws degree from the University of Passau, Germany, and Doctor of Laws from Charles University in Prague.
content consultant and copy editor — Helping clients elevate their brand by improving the overall quality and consistency of their communication across all types of media. 15 years of experience and good references, including Czech Radio’s foreign-language service (comparable to BBC).
English-Czech interpreter and translator — English-Czech and Czech-English translation and interpreting services, specialising in technology, politics, culture, and other areas. 30 years of experience including Czech Prime Minister, US and UK embassies, Nestlé, Unilever, ABB, etc.
independent producer and dealer of merchandise, masks, branded clothes, gifts and other items — Full-service development, production, dealership, and presentation of merchandise used mainly for marketing purposes. Selling branded goods at great prices, or managing the full production process, for clients like Puma and British American Tobacco.
certified Italian-Czech translator and interpreter — Italian-Czech and Czech-Italian translating and interpreting services since 2005. Sworn translations for legal documents. Specialisation in business, technical, and marketing translations. Master’s and PhD degrees in Italian and modern philology.
certified English-Czech translator, interpreter, proofreader, and teacher — Sworn Czech-English and English-Czech translator and interpreter, specialized in economics, law, marketing, automotive industry, and financial audits. Two university degrees in Economics from the UK and Sweden, working freelance since 2005.
Love them or hate them, virtual meetings are here to stay, predicts The Economist in an insightful article on the upsides and downsides of remote work. Many of them also apply to us freelancers, who used to meet in-person with clients. (Enter your email to pass Economist’s paywall.)
To stay in touch with hundreds of sources in your industry, Feedly app comes to the rescue. It enables you to monitor blogs, websites, podcasts, etc. with very little effort via RSS, while saving your inbox and time from clutter. A free version is available, while the Pro accounts add support for monitoring Twitter content, Google keywords, as well as newsletters.
BitClout seems to be a serious attempt at building the first decentralized, crypto-based social network — and it is booming. Go get your free account to play around, and follow Freelancing.eu’s Robert Vlach to share some future thoughts on freelancing.
Madeira’s digital nomad village Ponta do Sol attracts remote workers from all over Europe, CNN reports. The new project Digital Nomads Madeira Islands seeks to combine a local coworking hub with surrounding village housing for up to 100 remote workers to support the international community coming to the Portuguese archipelago (located north of Canary Islands, another EU’s nomad getaway).