The Pulse of the Profession
One of the many benefits of running Entrepreneur Architect is that I get to speak with lots of amazing people. Through the Entrepreneur Architect Linkedin Group (1,600 members and growing), hanging out on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, from comments here on the blog and by way of many emails each week, I have the opportunity to communicate with architects throughout the world. From some I hear the excitement of a recovering economy and from others the pain of its slow arrival to their parts of the globe.
As the economy slowly strengthens, I’ve noticed something happening.
Many regions, mostly the urban centers, are getting busy very quickly. They are overloaded with new projects, but are not yet ready to hire more staff.
Most other regions are still slow to recover with thousands of experienced architects struggling to find work.
So I was thinking…
We need to get the architects looking for work hooked up with the busy firms requiring assistance.
Architects Working With Architects… To Get Things Done
Introducing Entrepreneur Architect Projects; the place where busy architecture firms come to connect with skilled freelance architects.
Here’s how it works…
Busy firms looking for assistance will complete a form and submit a project to Entrepreneur Architect Projects. Freelance architects will then review the list of posts and submit detailed written proposals for the projects which they are most qualified. Each proposal will be automatically forwarded to the busy firms via email. The firms will review the proposals, contact the freelance architect of their choice, arrange a final agreement and everyone will be on their way to greater success in no time.
… and, as my way of helping to kick start the economy for the architecture profession, it’s all FREE for a limited time.
If you are busy and need assistance, go to www.EntreArchitect.com/FindFreelance right now and submit your projects today. There is no risk and no obligation.
If you are a freelance architect ready to assist these busy firms,
hang in there. Help in on its way. click here to find a project.
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