The Brownbill Effect creative directory looks for freelancers

The Brownbill Effect creative directory looks for freelancers

A new creative directory which aims to connect clients and agencies with freelance creatives launched in Melbourne last night.

The Brownbill Effect hopes to stand out from its competitors as a “creative hub” featuring a blog designed to ignite commentary and a calendar featuring industry events and networking opportunities.

Freelancers must pay to be listed on the new site while clients can browse the talent for free.

Talent on the site include location scouts, retouchers, art directors, copywriters, book binders, computer technicians, copywriters and more.

For more information and to see the new director click here.

Freelancers interested in being featured on the site should send their folio to founder Sally Brownbill (pictured) on sally@thebrownbilleffect.com.




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