Supporting Freelancers and Small Businesses: A Journey Across Canada
As a traveller, entrepreneur, and aspiring influencer, I have dedicated my life to making a positive impact on the lives of others. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy, I have decided to embark on a journey across Canada to support freelancers and small business owners.
The purpose of my journey is twofold: to promote Canadafreelancer.com, a platform that connects freelancers with clients, and to conduct workshops that will help freelancers be successful in their work. Through these workshops, I will cover important topics such as finding and securing clients, effective communication, and financial management.
I believe that by sharing my experiences and raising awareness about the challenges facing freelancers and small businesses during this difficult time, I can inspire others to support them as well. I will document my journey and share my experiences on my website (skateman.ca), social media platforms, and with media outlets.
In 2013, I completed a rollerblading journey from Toronto to Vancouver, covering a total distance of 28,000 km. After completing this journey, I attended VanArts College to study acting before transitioning into programming and attending Red Academy College. I then started my own business providing website and mobile application-building services for travel agencies, but unfortunately, I was forced to close the company due to the pandemic.
More recently, I have started Canada Freelancer Ltd to support freelancers in Canada. I am now using my experiences to help others by becoming an influencer and providing valuable advice and guidance on a variety of topics related to career development, personal growth, and achieving success.
Join me on this journey as I travel across Canada, meeting and supporting freelancers and small business owners. Follow my updates on my website (skateman.ca), social media platforms, and media outlets, and be inspired to make a difference in the lives of those around you.
Kevin Ebra: einist.com/kevin.ebra