Find freelancers, find clients, in the dark 🌒

Skilloverse is now available in dark mode – so it’s easier on your eyes when doing your freelancer networking in dark surroundings. If you open Skilloverse on a device which supports dark mode and it’s activated, Skilloverse will appear with mostly dark colours instead of light colours. Here’s the difference,

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It’s all about the freelancers

We view Skilloverse as a platform which puts freelancers first, at no disadvantage to potential clients. It is created by freelancers, after all. We believe the best freelancer experience leads to having the best freelancers, and the best freelancers lead to the best results for clients. As part of our

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Event: Digitally-Skilled Freelancers Online Catch-up

Thursday, September 17, 20208:00 PM to 10:00 PM CEST This meetup is all about bringing together individuals offering digital services (e.g. freelance, consulting, self-employed, agencies). It will take place online, as a group video call. For all the details go to: Or RSVP via email:

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Skilloverse: September 2020 Updates

Use Skilloverse as a freelancer-to-freelancer networking tool We’re asking for feedback for Skilloverse Join our mailing list Attend Skilloverse events Use Skilloverse as a freelancer-to-freelancer networking tool Freelancers can use Skilloverse to meet other freelancers. This can help if you want to get to know more people with supplementary skills

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Event: Digitally-Skilled Individuals Meet Clients #2.1

We’ve just posted an event on meetup for people in Berlin who are: Looking to hire a digitally-talented individual (E.g. developer, designer, photographer, writer, videographer, language tutor – anyone using a digital device for part of their work; it’s very broad) OR A digitally-talented individual looking for new clients and

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Where is Skilloverse up to?

Having fun at Meetups! I ran an event entitled Digitally-Skilled Individuals meet Clients #1 on Meetup last week. Digitally-Skilled Individuals refers to anyone whose work at least partly involves a digital device and who works for themselves. At the event, there were developers, photographers, designers, marketing consultants, and videographers. It

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