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Q&A: Getting established in the industry

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Annie Duncan  Identity Verified
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Great, thanks Dec 9, 2015

Hey Sam, I'd love to take part in this. I don't know how I actually register though... The interface of ProZ could definitely be better

 

Samuel Sebastian Holden Bramah  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 21:13
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Only just saw this Dec 10, 2015

Hi Annie, sorry for not getting back to you sooner on this... I suggest you contact Helen Shapelenko via a support request.

I am not actually clear if this is open for anyone to register on or if it was only purchaseable during the Giving Tuesday drive, in which case I don't think you will be able to register. In any case, I'm calling Helen to this thread so she can give you/us a better answer on that point.


 


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