Great men work at times when others don’t. Unfortunately, our Founder has taken that a bit too literally and you will find him awake all night. In the mornings, you will find him cozily slumbering in his bed. There’s a sack of experience behind him, with him working for more than 500+ clients till date and well over 50 organizations and companies.
What’s interesting is that he has written in completely different niches, and successfully, from Sales content to articles in the Health niche to articles of a Technical tone. While he attributes it to having a diverse education background, we are sure it’s got something to do with the time he stays up in the nights. When he is not working to wrap up projects, he powers the My Freelance Academy team through his insights and offers what’s needed to make you learn more about freelancing. You can talk to him directly by shooting a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a client, who has a writing job that needs to be done perfectly, don’t hesitate to mail him too
She is the co-founder of Viral Curry – an online marketing company that makes all you want, go viral. With companies like Lenskart and Freecharge under ViralCurry’s portfolio, she helps us add in the extra dimension to our courses. A hard worker who is relentlessly looking out for new opportunities, it’s her can-do attitude that sets her apart.
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Rishika has been with us since day one. With a MSc. in International Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Glasgow she has successfully completed multiple content and creative writing assignments from different niches down the years. She adds in the experience we need when it comes to having a closer interaction with our members, having created content shaped around the client’s requirements all the time. More, she helps you teach how to impress clients from the U.K. U.K English is different and understanding the nuances of it takes time. She has worked with companies including 17Seven, Prismic Reflections, Bravistra, 40DollarLogo, Embark, and iTravel Wonders. You can visit her blog at: rishikaspeaks.wordpress.com