“Our Voice”, where Cape Town creatives will be heard

posted by Marius Vosloo August 26, 2015 4 Comments

We’re excited to announce that Freelance Cape Town has launched it’s own blog, ‘Our Voice’.

‘Our Voice’ will be a showcase of the creative and personal work of our freelancers, with a focus on the stories behind their work. It will enable freelancers to share their own unique and creative voice in Cape Town, and beyond.

As an addition to copy, photos and video, ‘Our Voice’ also has an audio functionality which will enable freelancers to tell the stories behind their work. This added feature will capture emotion and add personality in a way few other platforms do.

If you as a Freelance Cape Town member would like to be part of ‘Our Voice’ you can contact us at info@freelancecapetown.com or marius@freelancecapetown.com. We will get in touch via email or schedule a meeting to discuss how to best feature you, your skills and work on this new platform.

As a creative platform, ‘Our Voice’ will showcase your work to our entire community. Get in touch and join us on this new venture.

All the best,



Charles Siboto September 2, 2015 at 2:30 pm

Great to see the blog is up! Looking forward to being part of this great vision :).

Marius Vosloo September 2, 2015 at 2:41 pm

Thank you Charles, also excited! Will mail you and then we take action, would love to do a write up or your awesome journey!

Alan Munro September 8, 2015 at 7:54 am

Good luck with the new blog site – hope some great stories lie ahead!

Dorette @iAmnotMany September 9, 2015 at 6:48 am

Have been so excited about the vision of Freelance Cape Town (and more cities) since the day I met Marius! I wish you ALL the best and hope to work closely with you in the near future to promote the freelancers in Cape Town via our Twitter account @CapeTown. Freelance is the Future – what else is there to be said!

I once read this, it makes sense, and may help someone else as well:
“Once you’ve completed your morning routine, had breakfast, clarified your daily goals, etc… it’s time to get into work mode. Shower (or don’t), shave (or don’t), get dressed (or don’t), drive to the office (or not), and basically do whatever you need to do to get ready for work. The goal is to remove yourself from distractions and prepare to focus on doing work. Whether you’re working at home or in an office, it helps to create a routine that clearly signifies this change. Once you have those mental blinders in place, you can step away from all things not related to work and get down to business.” ― Mason Hipp


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