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Spark Chicago Freelancers Meetup: Freelancers Holiday Happy Hour

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Serendipity Labs Chicago

1 South Wacker

Suite 200

Chicago, Illinois 60606

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Welcome to Freelancers Union SPARK!

We host meetups for freelancers by freelancers: we invite you to bring your expertise, questions, and your challenges - we're here to help!

Join us on the first Wednesday of every month to meet other entrepreneurs in the area, get inspired, and talk about stuff like...

DECEMBER’S SPARK:

As the year draws to a close, we're coming together to unwind, share a few laughs, and raise a glass to all we have accomplished as a community. Think of it as your official UN-office holiday party!

Join us, and be sure to bring a friend or two-- even if they tend to wear ugly holiday sweaters!

There will also be time to network with other freelancers who may be able to offer tips you hadn’t considered before. We'll also do some brainstorming around other great books for freelancers.

Regardless of industry, we all share similar experiences as independent business owners! We try to ensure everyone leaves with insights and connections that will help their business thrive.



SPARK is built on the premise that we’re stronger together than we are on our own.

Attendees will be invited to join our Facebook group to swap jobs, resources, and meet other people who love their "boss!"

The national conversation is also live at #FreelanceSPARK. Join us in a whole bunch of cities across the country!

Quick tips:

Yes, this event is for freelancers of all industries. We're all connected by our efforts to succeed in the gig economy.

No, this event will not be taped- it's a meetup! However, we occasionally will have someone taking photos, and will have consent forms available when photos will be taken. However, if you opt to not be photographed, please let us know - we're more than happy to oblige.

Sometimes we do bring in an expert speaker- we'll announce that above.



SPARK is sponsored by:

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Spark is sponsored by SPENT, which enables smarter spending for freelancers. Whether its work or play, keep more of your cash. The SPENT Money app is the best on the go way to keep your expenses organized. SPENT Travel offers great hotel rates with up to 25% cash back. Learn more at www.spentapp.com.


SPARK Chicago is brought to you by:


About Freelancers Union

Freelancers Union is a membership organization that provides benefits, resources, and advocacy for 350,000 independent workers nationwide. To learn more or join, visit freelancersunion.org. Membership is free.


About Serendipity Labs

Serendipity Labs Chicago is located in the West Loop at the corner of Madison Street and South Wacker Drive. The premier Chicago coworking location is only one block from the Ogilvie Transportation Center, Union Station and CTA stop.

Our vibrant, upscale coworking experience offers private offices, team rooms, workstations, and coworking memberships. Members have access to our lab-café, work lounge and meeting and event venue for accommodations up to 100 attendees. It is designed for mobile workers, independent professionals and project teams who need flexible terms in an inspiring workplace. Whether you need an occasional escape from a home office, primary office or just a great place to meet, we have a membership plan that will be perfect for you

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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Serendipity Labs Chicago is located near the Washington/Wells Green/Pink/Orange/Purple Line stop and is a short walk from the Blue and Red Lines. For more detailed transit information, please visit http://www.transitchicago.com

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can contact Gordon via e-mail at gordon.dymowski@gmail.com


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