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‘Creatively’ Job Site For Various Disciplines Opens Due To Crisis, Free For Now



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NYC-based womenswear company Alice + Olive’s CEO Stacey Bendet and chief product officer Joe Indriolo have launched a new job platform, Creatively, for artists and creative professionals to showcase their projects and seek career opportunities internationally.

The idea for the website came to Bendet when she was seeking employees for her own clothing company during the coronavirus pandemic. The platform lists available creatives from different disciplines like photography, film, fashion design, branding, illustration to animation, CGI, app and web design, and more.

Through the service, users can share their portfolios and present them in a gallery, as well as separate their works based on album types and add annotations to them to explain their projects. To boost their credibility, they can also include information about their previous jobs and detail specific skills.

Companies and brands can also post job listings, and tag those who have been hired for the job to promote the creatives’ presence on the platform.

Creatively will start off as a free platform, and will not charge any membership fees for “some time,” per Page Six.

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Live and work creatively. Find work globally. Finally: a professional platform for the creative world. Creatively is a place for the creative community to showcase portfolios of work and connect authentically, and for companies and brands to discover amazing talent globally. Learn more about #Creatively at the link in bio.

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Live and work creatively. Find work globally. Finally: a professional platform for the creative world. Creatively is a place for the creative community to showcase portfolios of work and connect authentically, and for companies and brands to discover amazing talent globally. Learn more about #Creatively at the link in bio.

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[via Page Six, cover image via Creatively]