Imagine sitting in front of a corporate board and pitching your skills for a project. Do you even know where to start? Luckily we have Nathan Allotey on this episode to speak to attracting and winning corporate clients. Nathan never calls himself just a freelancer. He is a web designer and digital marketing strategist. And his portfolio consists of corporate clients. He uses his presence online to help other freelancers win corporate clients through learning from his mistakes.
Corporations and Agencies as Clients
Henrik Becker is a marketing automation consultant that very quickly realized that corporate clients were a much better fit for his services than smaller businesses, so he has continued to focus on serving this particular business demographic. On this episode, we will discuss how he finds his corporate clients, the reasons why he focuses on this group and some of the strategies around how to successfully work on contracts in the corporate environment.
If you’re trying to find enough freelance work to finally quit your full-time job, tune in now for Seth Coelen’s first-hand experience. Seth is on the podcast today because he truly knows how to set freelancers up for success. His techniques for finding clients and determining rates will help you establish the strong starting point you need to jump successfully into a freelance career.
How can you be a consultant for big companies on a longer-term basis? And even have other consultancies help find the work for you? Jonathan Dison, of Bench Watch, shares how you can break into the consulting market and start getting paid more to work on long-term projects.
How can you regularly freelance for agencies? Mark Fromson shares the advantages of working with agencies, what agencies are looking for, and how to build relationships with agencies.
How do you win big companies as clients when you are a solo consultant? Jana Sedivy shares how to leverage your network and employ relationship building strategies to win new clients.
Are you ready to sell your consulting services to big businesses who appreciate your value? Aaron Vidas tells us how he climbed the value chain to sell into $250 million plus companies.