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Remote workers (many of them freelance) flock to Spain’s Canary Islands, and “It’s a dream come true”, El País reports.
The trend started early in 2020, with Gran Canaria currently leading the pack: “Up until last year, between 5% and 10% of renters were remote workers. Since October, that number is 90%,” says one property manager based in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
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Solo is a free “freelance business masterclass for indie designers and creatives,” written by Benek Lisefski from New Zealand, who has been freelancing for 18 years.
In total, there are one hundred articles divided into ten sections: 1. Basics, 2. Business and entrepreneurship, 3. Value and pricing, 4. Clients, 5. Communication and professionalism, 6. Reputation and marketing, 7. Design and creativity, 8. Design process and strategy, 9. Lifestyle and productivity, and 10. Future of work.
As Europeans come out of lockdowns, Mick Jagger teamed up with Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, ex-Nirvana) to celebrate it with a new song Eazy Sleazy 🤘 Anyway, wouldn’t you like to be that energetic when you are freelance at 77 like Mick?
How to start as a freelancer in the digital age has been the topic of a recent down-to-earth interview with Elina Jutelyte — founder of Belgian Freelance Business Community and the upcoming online conference for freelancers in marketing and sales.
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.)
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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).