Designer and Team Create Diverse Client Portfolio
Anton Osipov not only has extensive work experience as a designer, he leads an entire team of design experts capable of tackling hundreds of hours of work each month.
After years working directly with companies Anton knew what he was looking for: to work simultaneously in different fields, with different types of companies, at different stages of maturity. But Anton didn’t know how to go about finding these clients, and he was worried about losing the creative control employees enjoy, but contractors rarely have.
NUMI Onboards Fast and Places Pro’s Even Faster
Once Harrison reached out to Anton, and he decided to work with NUMI, everything fell into place very quickly. From initial conversation to onboarding with a new client, Anton was pleasantly surprised with how fast everything came together. “I didn’t expect things at Numi would be so swift. I had an interview and in a few days NUMI already had a contract signed. It’s really great!”
NUMI Sources Multiple High Quality Clients
Without NUMI, Anton had no idea how to find a client let alone balance multiple. NUMI sourced clients for Anton and encouraged him to set parameters for his availability up front. NUMI matched Anton and his team with multiple clients ensuring Anton was busy but not overworked.
Beyond finding new clients and managing the logistics that typically frustrate Pros, Anton appreciated the mentorship of Harrison throughout the process. One on one’s every other week, and near constant availability on WhatsApp gives Anton the chance to build a strong thought partnership with Harrison, in addition to getting relevant feedback on client challenges. “The mentorship Harrison gives is great. We have regular calls where we can discuss everything; it’s great to have a fellow designer with you: a person who can see things that you missed.”
“The mentorship Harrison gives is great. We have regular calls where we can discuss everything; it’s great to have a fellow designer with you: a person who can see things that you missed.”