Namrata is a Corporate hustler now turned into a Tarot Consultant. A woman of many talents, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, an MBA in HR/IT, diplomas in Yoga, and Jyotish, to name a few. She finally found her calling in Tarot and Jyotish. A mother to a one-year-old, she is juggling motherhood and … Continue reading Namrata: From an Engineer to a Fortune Teller
After getting numerous customer requests, Refrens team is happy to announce the launch of Purchase order in its even increasing bouquet of work flow tools. Create your purchase order here.
Where there is a will there's a way. We have heard this quote so many times and felt motivated from it. But only a few are able to implement it in its true spirit. Shahul is one such freelancer who knew he wanted to make a career in data science and he applied all his … Continue reading Shahul: The Young boy from Kochi who became a Kaggle Master
Coming from a small village in Odisha, Riten took a plunge early in his life by choosing Stand up comedy (that too in regional language) as his profession. A designer by the day and a standup comic by the night, Riten is confident that he will be able to fulfill his parent’s wishes through persistence … Continue reading Riten: Designer by the day and Standup comic by the night
Writing a book is a rare feat. It becomes rarer when you write your first book by 16, it becomes further rarer when you write two by the time you are 18. That’s the opening line for Udita for you. From picking her first freelancing gig in class 9 to now doing growth marketing for … Continue reading Udita: Author by the age of 18 to becoming a growth marketer
Nilesh is the quintessential geek one will come across. He took his passion for playing computer games to making them at an early age. Built his first website when he was in 9th Standard to starting up a Web Hosting business pretty early, Nilesh was always ahead of his times. He landed his first freelancing … Continue reading Nilesh: A geek who landed his first tech gig by writing articles for a magazine
From being a sub-titlist in Bollywood to writing content for Gaming companies and to now creating a platform for reviewing horror content, Roy’s journey has been humble, inspirational, and that of a quintessential Indian middle-class boy. With a dream of creating a platform for the Alternate Genre creators and for India’s own products, Roy is … Continue reading Roy D’Silva: From a Bollywood sub-titlist to creating a platform for Alternate Genre
Few people have the clarity of what they want to do in their professional life. Gyan is a clear-headed professional who ditched a dream Engineering job at Flipkart to pursue a formal education in design. With a lot of design freelancing projects in his portfolio, an internship and 5 gruelling rounds of interview, he finally … Continue reading Gyan Lakhwani: Freelancing His Way To UX Designer At Microsoft
Everyone wants to grow. Grow professionally, financially, and get more stability for themselves and their family. Freelancers are no different. They want to grow too. For the financial growth of a freelancer, one needs to raise its price, as in the getting paid more for the same effort. Raising the price is easier said than done. … Continue reading How to raise your price as a freelancer?
An engineer turned content marketer, Swathi is a Pro when it comes to writing contentfor technology companies. A self-proclaimed crazy planner, she has everything on her planner, her assignments, invoices, and even her child’s activities. Read Swathi’s interesting story in this blog: Why did you choose to freelance? Did you ever do a job? I … Continue reading Swathi Bhaskaran: An engineer turned marketer who is juggling like a pro between freelancing and motherhood