I've been a part of this freelance community since 2011 (first on the Czech site Navolnenoze.cz + now on Freelancing.eu), and it was a fundamental step on my way to becoming a freelancer. I benefited greatly from their news and blog articles, personal meetings and think-tank sessions with other freelancers, as well as from presenting my services in their freelance directory. The return on my initial investment in membership was almost instantaneous. It helped me to overcome my initial fears of going freelance. My profile has been a vital part of my personal marketing ever since, and I also take my membership in this community as a sort of public commitment to do great work of the highest quality. Becoming one of the first registered members of Freelancing.eu was, therefore, a logical next step towards approaching new clients all over Europe.
digital marketer, web and graphic designer specialized in WordPress
The community vibe around Robert Vlach and all his projects, including Freelancing.eu, is empowering. I'd be a lonely employee somewhere in the corporate world if Robert had not been around, guiding me in my own freelancing career. He and the open-minded community of passionate entrepreneurs and fair people, building their small businesses, have helped me position myself better for any upcoming project.
web and graphic designer, UX consultant
As an employee, I had often felt the need for greater independence, so I tried to get some projects as a freelancer. I had a website, and I was trying to get jobs through various freelance marketplaces or Google Ads. None of this proved to be too successful or profitable. Though I was at first dissuaded by a paid membership, I finally decided to register at Navolnenoze.cz, the Czech precursor to Freelancing.eu. Only then, did quality clients slowly start to approach me. Now, several years later, it is actually my only source of customers, and my business just keeps growing. Registering on the new Freelancing.eu portal was a no-brainer — so here I am, reaching out to the whole of Europe.
senior developer of Android apps
I've been a member of this freelance community since 2009 and had been collaborating with its founder Robert Vlach for two years already before that. Despite having the chance to observe the evolution of this project since its inception ( the Czech part if this, Navolnenoze.cz, was founded in 2005), I am still amazed by its humble universality. At first glance, you may see just a typical directory of freelancers, no big deal, right? But in reality, it is so much more! By becoming a member, you will become a part of a community of fascinating people, whom you can also meet in person at events, organized both offline and online. There's also a regular insightful newsletter about freelancing, interesting projects, and people. And if you are seeking inspiration, or you have been doubting your career choices, this community will connect you with successful professionals who are open to sharing their experience and business know-how freely and without restraint. Let me be honest here: I'm an artist, and being a member of this community hasn't turned me into an entrepreneur. And that's precisely what's best about this project: It simply helps me to become the man I really want to be.
musician, music producer, composer and publicist