Grow your network

Many of you are getting started in your career whilst some are experienced but are life-long learners. Whatever stage you are in your career, you will want to grow. This article collates different parts of the Twine network to help you grow in your career. You can get inspiration, join the discussion group, and learn from a wealth of articles that have been written over the years.

Instagram inspiration

Our Instagram channels showcase the best branding projects everyday. If you want inspiration, check them out:

Creative talk

Creative Talk is for creative freelancers and professionals to keep up to date with creative news and find people to collaborate with. Join it here.

Creative toolkit

This is coming soon… but in the mean time see our 19 essential tools to help freelancers.

Blog

There are hundreds of articles on the blog, but here are a handful to get your started:

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Stuart Logan
The CEO of Twine. Follow him on Twine and on Twitter @stuartlogan – As the Big Boss, Stuart spends his days in a large leather armchair, staring out over the Manchester skyline while smoking a cigar and plotting world domination. (He doesn’t really). Originally from Salisbury, UK, he studied computer science at Manchester University but was always keen to break into the exciting world of start-ups, and was involved in a number of ventures before finalising his plans for Twine. When not wearing his chief executive hat (metaphorically speaking) he enjoys harbouring unrealistic expectations for Manchester United’s future success and live music.
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Stuart Logan

The CEO of Twine. Follow him on Twine and on Twitter @stuartlogan – As the Big Boss, Stuart spends his days in a large leather armchair, staring out over the Manchester skyline while smoking a cigar and plotting world domination. (He doesn’t really). Originally from Salisbury, UK, he studied computer science at Manchester University but was always keen to break into the exciting world of start-ups, and was involved in a number of ventures before finalising his plans for Twine. When not wearing his chief executive hat (metaphorically speaking) he enjoys harbouring unrealistic expectations for Manchester United’s future success and live music.