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Ed Goodman
Start-Up Coach, co-founder of +Cambridge Business Lounge, father, writer, eclectic and coffee addict. Also a fan of ball games, burgundy, brogues, bass lines and burritos.
Start-Up Coach, co-founder of +Cambridge Business Lounge, father, writer, eclectic and coffee addict. Also a fan of ball games, burgundy, brogues, bass lines and burritos.
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Two weeks running in the Cambridge Independent, this time on the front cover of the business section no less. I'm honoured.
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This week, freelancers from across the UK came together to celebrate Freelance Heroes Day. It was a remarkable social media event that I am proud to have been a part of. This is it's story...

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Does working from home work for you?

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It's Tuesday, which means it's time for the latest Featured Freelancer, Hannah Keet, a translator from Plymouth. This is the story of Hannah's freelancing journey so far...

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These Featured Freelancer episodes are getting more and more insightful each week. And none more so than this week's, which is the turn of Social Enterprise Consultant, Adrian Ashton . This is his story. Enjoy...

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Cambs based, +Chris Dunn is raising money to help Macmillan Cancer Support build a new Garden Room at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. Visit the link below and, for just £5, get your "how to" social media guides, while raising money for a great cause. Thank you. 

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Staffordshire-based Imogen Allen is the latest in our series of Featured Freelancers, and the one thing that stands out from Imogen’s reflection on her 15 month freelancing journey is that she loves it. Absolutely, 100%, undoubtedly, loves it. This is Imogen’s story…

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I had no idea this was still a thing. 
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Sacking customers, Headspace, and "frenemies" are just three of the topics mentioned by Freelance Journalist Sean Hargrave, this week's Featured Freelancer. Read his very honest story here...

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We head to Bournemouth this week to meet our latest Featured Freelancer, Social Media Consultant, +Elizabeth Harmon. Like so many, Elizabeth is very passionate about her role and says that turning freelance, over 3yrs ago, was one of the best decisions that she ever made. This is the story of her freelancing journey so far. Enjoy..
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