How To Propose To Direct Clients

In our last episode, when we talked about what is important in your first year of freelancing as a translator, the topic of finding direct clients came up. And Tanya was telling our participants about two proposals she had written that week that had both landed her profitable projects: One is a 6-month retainer for translations and consulting, the other a 112-page translation.

As promised, in this episode, Tanya will share her workflow and methodology for writing up compelling quotes that land her job after job.

Join us on Thursday at 4 pm CET and learn how you can get direct clients to want to work with you rather than with an agency.

While some projects are definitely better left to agencies (volume, number of language pairs, etc.), working with a freelancer one on one can be quite the eye-opener for direct clients.

Register today and don’t miss out on this information-packed session that comes with templates for you to use right away.

About Tanya Quintieri

She's the Lead Translator, Talent Manager and Web Designer at Mrs. Divi and also runs WP for Translators. She speaks at international translation conferences and is an awarded mentor. In her spare time, she loves spending time at the beach with her family or cooking for family and friends. Email her at tanya@bizbuddiesintranslation.com.