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Friday, June 21 • 10:00am - 11:30am
How to Work with Bigger Companies as a Freelancer LIMITED

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A key area of stabilizing your income as a freelance business owner is to have a few larger size companies as clients. They usually have more work to be done and pay consistently ... but how do you get in?

Debbie Lindsey-Opel will be leading an interactive conversation between the audience and a small group of large business representatives on how to get their work when the opportunity arises.

Come with your questions, ready to notes and prepared to connect with some of our local companies that hire freelance help.

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Debbie Lindsey-Opel

Debbie Lindsey-Opel has spent years motivating and inspiring others to understand their true message. Starting off her career in corporate America, she has become the go-to resource for corporate, government and association clients that want to improve their business, teamwork, communication... Read More →

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John Larue

CEO, United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce
John LaRue has moved from the port to the chamber. Recently retired as executive director of the Port of Corpus Christi, LaRue will take over as president and CEO of the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce as of June 24. He succeeds Cleofas Rodriguez Jr., who resigned in May after two years in the position.“Mr. LaRue has clearly demonstrated an ability to successfully run a large organization with many community stakeholders both large and small,” said Philip Ramirez, chairman... Read More →
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Mike Culbertson

COO, CC Regional Economic Development Corporation

Leah Olivarri

Board Member for Type A/B Boards, City of Corpus Christi
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Bob Paulison

Executive Director, Port Industries of Corpus Christi
Bob is the Executive Director of Port Industries of Corpus Christi, a regional trade association of 16 large industrial companies. Members include the Port of Corpus Christi, as well as, refiners, chemical and bulk material manufactures, rig fabricators, energy providers, and supporting... Read More →

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