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Kristyna MothejzikovaKristyna Mothejzikova

graphic designer and illustrator, creative soul interested in biology and science — I love to create simple yet clever logo designs, prints, and illustrations that bring joy and a smile. I work with precision and always deliver on time. And I am glad to “Bee pART” of the project I work on.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 608 337 329

Daniel GladisDaniel Gladis

stock investor, author of books about value investing, and Vltava Fund founder — The founder and a director of the Vltava Fund, a global equity investment fund serving qualified investors since 2004. Daniel has been investing on financial markets since the early 1990s and has written two best-selling books about value investing.

Based in: Malta Malta Working area: global

Lenka PaprokLenka Paprok

sloganist and name-maker — I invent catchy names, brands, slogans, taglines, and domains for companies and entrepreneurs. Initial analysis of company communication, documents and competition + a set of suggested ideas at a fixed price.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: EU
Contact: +420 728 721 398

Antonin KarasekAntonin Karasek

senior developer of mobile apps for iOS and Android — I can develop your iOS or Android app from scratch, including a backend part in Java. I have experience with app-development projects of all sizes, both as a freelance developer and development manager for large companies.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 725 865 117

Martin GavandaMartin Gavanda

Microsoft Azure and AWS cloud architect, VMware specialist, and instructor — I'm an experienced Microsoft Azure & Amazon Web Services cloud architect focusing on cloud adoption, migration, and optimization. My expertise includes on-premises infrastructures on the VMware vSphere platform and providing technical training.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 776 319 830

Ondrej SikaOndrej Sika

DevOps architect, consultant, and trainer specialized in open-source DevOps — Helping and training developers, startups, as well as corporations to improve their software development and IT operations (DevOps). Audits and pipeline implementations, support and consulting, hands-on workshops and training sessions.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 773 452 376
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News & Updates

August 6


10 things I’ve learned in 10 years of freelance copywriting is a great realistic summary by Joe Coleman, who concludes: “Once you’ve established yourself, I’m convinced freelancing is better than working full-time for an agency on every level. The pay is better. The variety is better. The work/life balance is better. The work you produce is better.“

August 4


Freelance Masterclasses is a new series of free online events hosted by the founder of Belgium’s Freelance Business Community, Elina Jutelyte. Her first guests are Robert Vlach (Aug 13), Elaine Pofeldt (Aug 20) and Tom Hirst (Aug 27) 🚀

July 30


Jessica’s Client Email Helper is an ingenious tool for creators, who receive many offers of spec work and poorly paid gigs. The guide was created by a lettering artist and author Jessica Hische to help you say NO to free and low-budget work.

July 28 has been featured in the introduction to the latest episode of The 21st Century Creative podcast, whose creator and host Mark McGuinness interviewed Naomi Dunford on marketing for creatives 📢

July 27


Should you work for free as a freelancer? That’s a classic question addressed by the fabulous decision-making diagram, created by the brilliant lettering artist and author Jessica Hische. It is available at in several languages — for free.

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