Selling yourself without a creative portfolio
Not every role in the creative industries demands a portfolio. Here are some other ways that you can sell yourself to employers and stand out.
Not every role in the creative industries demands a creative portfolio. If you're a creative, a designer or developer, you'll definitely need one but for you planners, media, marketing and accounts people out there, here are some other ways you can sell yourself to employers.
Work on projects in your spare time. Collaborate with friends to create projects that have an outcome. This could be a book around a subject, a prototype for an app idea, writing a song or create an animated short film.
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