Freelancing Conference (sponsor)


July 31st, 2017


This conference is specifically created to help amazing entrepreneurs like you – consultants, freelancers, and agencies. It consists of a variety of sessions covering exciting topics to help you grow your freelancing business – Get ready to learn about an actionable framework and earn $100K in 2018.

We have amazing talks lined up for everyone. Great speakers with great topics. The time and money you spend at Freelancing Conference will be paid back immediately.

Learn from the specialists who are consistently making $100K+ revenue from their consulting business. Know about the speakers:

Kai Davis

Kai Davis teaches Freelancers and Consultants how to get more clients without spending more money on marketing. He’s an evangelist of the model of modern freelancing. Kai runs Double Your Audience, an Outreach Consulting Agency, helps authors and self-funded business owners reach through target audience through Digital Outreach.

Kai sends out a DAILY email on marketing and consulting for freelancers at You aren’t alone any longer, fellow freelancer.

Sean D’Souza

Sean has always followed his dreams, putting in the effort required to achieve them. He was running a successful business as a freelance cartoonist in Mumbai when he and his wife decided to embark on a completely new adventure – moving to beautiful New Zealand. Through relentless perseverance, springing out of bed at 4am, he once again built up a portfolio of delighted clients. Eventually, he developed a three-pronged strategy that allows him to take three months off every year, while running the very successful website

Christopher Hawkins

Just before turning 30, Chris walked away from his successful career leading technical projects for large enterprises, launching his own consulting practice instead. He quickly built a 6-figure practice that provides consulting and web development for businesses of every size, from Fortune 500s on down.

Chris writes extensively on the software consulting industry and hosts the $100K Freelancing show, teaching other consultants and freelancers how to run an effective and profitable practice.

Having built a reputation as an expert in handling crisis projects, difficult clients, and recurring engagements, Chris says “When I teach consultants how to hold professional boundaries, manage crises, and re-sell new projects to old clients, I’m teaching them how to sustain an entire 6-figure career.”

Jane Portman

Jane is an independent UI/UX consultant from Russia who helps software companies build focused, profitable web applications.

Previously a creative director at a large agency, Jane went solo after having two boys. Since then, she’s written three books on UI/UX design, given talks at multiple conferences, and grown a successful podcast. These days she’s focused on building her own software product called Tiny Reminder.

Besides helping founders, she teaches other consultants and freelancers build their authority. Her favorite topics include productized consulting, product strategy, and action-driven consulting websites. “Start building your own platform as early as possible,” — Jane recommends.

Mojca Mars

Mojca from Super Spicy Media is a Facebook Ads expert, author, and international speaker. Her work focuses on helping businesses generate more leads and increase profits with a professionally-made Facebook Advertising Strategy, so they can devote their time to other aspects of their business.

Philip Morgan

Philip Morgan teaches self-employed software developers how to identify, validate, and dominate a desirable niche market position. He’s also the author of The Positioning Manual for Technical Firms.

The event has turned out to be amazing – with 6 professional speakers, interactive experiences and the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the leaders who are shaping the future of freelancing.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your place right now! Do not forget to use the code laravel-news and get a 30% discount on the ticket prices.

Many thanks to Freelancing Conference for sponsoring Laravel News this week.

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Eric L. Barnes

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