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Free pitches on the increase as client budgets drop, report shows
I'm freelance. I work for the big boys; I work directly for clients. I stipulate in my contracts I do not work on unpaid pitches. Paid pitches yes, if I want a paricular piece of work but with a clause they are not buying the work or have any right to use it commercially at a lower cost - its purely show and tell to compete/win. I value my intellectual property very highly. I do not give away my ideas.
Paid pitching = Transaction
Unpaid pitching = Desperate
Freelance = Expendable
Tight Confidentiality Contract = Smart
Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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