Creative freelancer platform YunoJuno to launch in North West

Creative Industries | Employment & Skills | Growth | North West

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Creative freelancer platform, YunoJuno, is to launch in the North West this Spring.

Already established in London, the platform will expand into the North West over the coming months. The hub will target the region’s freelancers in order to add to its existing network of over 18,000 designers, developers, copywriters, project managers across tech, marketing, creative and advertising disciplines.

YunoJuno aims to provide access to creative opportunities and enable freelancers to schedule client activity and display their portfolios to global brands including Google, BBC, Sky, WeWork, Virgin, Accenture, Ogilvy and Ashfield Health in Manchester.

The site also handles invoice management with clients.

In addition to launching the platform, the brand will also run a series of freelance-focused networking events in the region to help grow the community further and promote the benefits of a flexible workforce to companies.

Shib Mathew, CEO & Founder of YunoJuno, said: “Since we launched in London in 2012, we have established a strong reputation as the city’s leading freelancer platform, and we are looking forward to growing our presence in the North.

“We believe that freelancers are fast becoming the single most valuable workforce for creative and tech industries and are a cornerstone of making businesses as future-facing as possible. There are multiple forward-thinking companies in the North West who are tapping into this market, but many more who haven’t yet unlocked the true potential that a freelance workforce can offer.”

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