Social impact and how awards can help freelancers​

Every fortnight, join hosts Orla and Ben as they quiz an expert on an issue that affects you, with the goal of answering an important question. Is there a question you would like us to answer? Email to have your question answered.

Jaime Gill is an award-winning creative, copywriter and communications consultant with over 20 years experience. He strives to make a social impact and has created campaigns for global organizations including UNICEF and non-profit organizations.

We discover Jaime’s career journey starting in journalism, to commercial public relations, and then taking the leap to work in Cambodia with non-profit and humanitarian organizations.

Our discussion explores what it takes to set up a freelancing career abroad and how overcoming the fear of self-promotion is vital as a freelancer. We also learn what significance awards can have for freelancers, how they can help create new opportunities and the power of a good idea.

Interested in Jaime’s work? Check out his website and find him on Linkedin here:

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