Wednesday 9 November 2016
School to hold live Twitter chat with award-winning freelancers for Global Entrepreneurship Week
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016
As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016, the School of Art & Design's Employability team will be hosting a Twitter chat on Wednesday 16 November, providing an opportunity for students to ask questions about working independently or as a freelancer to a panel of four experts.
The Twitter chat has been brought about by the School of Art & Design's new partnership with IPSE, The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed. The four panellists are Zoe East, Craig McDougall, Caitlin McEvoy and Rachel McMillan; all previous nominees for IPSE Freelancer of the Year.
The panellists will be on hand between 2pm and 3pm to answer students' questions.
Zoe East, 22, runs Opal Video, a business producing short documentary style videos for independent businesses.
Craig McDougall, 24, is the co-founder of Broken Physics Productions, a video production and video marketing company whose client base spans the music industry and charities, to those in the commercial and corporate world.
Caitlin McEvoy, 25, is an award-winning graphic designer specialising in editorial design, vintage design and typography, and she previously ran an internationally recognised apparel company called District23.
Rachel McMillan, 25, runs a contemporary ethical fashion and textiles label which has gathered significant recognition including a feature in Vogue Italia and a nomination for 'Young Designer of The Year' 2014.
Follow @NTUYouFirstAD who will be hosting the Twitter chat. To join the conversation, students are being asked to post their questions on Twitter using the hashtags #NTUfusion, #NTUart and #GEW2016