In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to designer, speaker and digital strategist Laura Elizabeth. Laura works remotely with clients from all over the world, and it would seem she has it dialled in. I ask just how she does it. 

When launching a creative business it makes complete sense to start locally. Local businesses are easily accessible, and friends, colleagues and even family members can be invaluable when it comes to finding those first clients. But what happens when we start to gain more experience? What happens when the pond becomes to small? What happens when you want to work with clients on the other side of the world? Remote work is the dream of many... In this episode Laura tells us how we can successfully run a remote creative business.

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