Off topic: Seeking an associate(s), preferably American based in France
Thread poster: Anna Maria Augustine at proZ.com
I would be interested in reaching potential associate(s) who are perhaps American but must be based in France.
Even better should you be "profession libérale".
Working in professional teams will make it possible to get many more orders coming in, and a lot more work done. It will help to make a living rather than trying to manage on one's own all the time.
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Seeking an associate(s), preferably American based in France
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