How To Develop Your Portfolio With Von Glitschka And Ilise Benun

Don’t miss two popular HOW Conference speakers together in one DesignCast this Thursday! Learn how to build your portfolio to attract big name clients.

Best of CFC Part 1: Becoming a Hired Gun Live DesignCast
How to Develop Your Portfolio and Build Working Relationships with Larger Firms with Von Glitschka and Ilise Benun

Thurs, Sept. 15, 2011
4:00 PM ET

Direct from the Creative Freelancer Conference 2011, join us for an expansion of one of the favorite sessions with veteran freelance illustrative designer, Von Glitschka. Von will present the highlights of his highly praised CFC presentation on how to develop your portfolio and build working relationships with larger firms as an independent creative. But that’s not all. After a short presentation, we’ll go behind the scenes in a Q&A with Marketing Mentor Ilise Benun, asking the questions everyone wants answers to, such as, “How exactly do you get the work you really want?”

Attendees will learn:

* How Von priced a project for Nike

* What to show (and what not to show) in your portfolio

* How and where to share your work

About the Presenters:
Von Glitschka has worked in the creative industry for more than 23 years. He currently heads up Glitschka Studios, a multidisciplinary creative group that works on illustrative design projects with ad agencies, medium to large design firms and in-house corporate art departments. His work has been appeared in Communication Arts, Print, HOW, Graphis and more.

Ilise Benun is a national speaker and the author of several books, including The Designer’s Guide to Marketing and Pricing and The Art of Self Promotion. She is the founder of Marketing Mentor, through which she works closely with designers, teaching them how to best develop their business through creativity, sell their services and talents, and implement efficient systems and procedures for smoothly running a business. Her work has been featured in national publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, HOW and more. www.marketing-mentor.com

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