Im starting an IT consulting firm, how do I go about getting new clients?
You need to be more definiative in what you are doing. Are you opening a computer repair company? or really an IT consulting firm? Typically people who start any kind of consulting firm have contacts that they know will come on board, even before the business is started.
by A Hunch - 2 hours ago
Go to http://www.guru.com/, http://odesk.com or http://freelancer.com to see if you qualify for any of the posted contract jobs. If so, post your qualifications and bid on the work.
by Henry - 2 hours ago
Congratulations on your new venture. It is good that you and your associate have made that big step into the IT world. While I can't give you any personal advice, I would like to point you to websites that could probably give you some insight on what you are looking for. One is a free site and the other is not ($97 but a good investment). http://www.udacity.com/ (free) http://www.howtocontract.net/ (pay) I hope this information will help you out.
by The Rev - 2 hours ago
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