A show about what it's really like to freelance in Canada.
On this weekly podcast, Mohammed Asaduallah, Benji's CEO, interviews Canadian freelancers and industry experts as they get candid about the hilarious, exciting, and most challenging aspects of freelancing in Canada.
Building a community with Omar Mouallem
Omar Mouallem is an Alberta-based writer, filmmaker, and educator. His forthcoming book Praying to the West: How Islam Shaped the Americas will be published in fall 2021.
Omar is also the founder of Pandemic University — a pop-up writing school that provides affordable online classes for quarantined writers.
In this episode, Omar and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can build communities as a way to support their peers and create a sustainable business.
Launching self-liquidating offers with Eman Zabi
Eman Zabi is the Founder of The Scribesmith — a copywriting agency that specializes in research-based strategy and conversion copy for digital products.
Eman is also the creator of The Conversion Kits, brainstorming decks to help entrepreneurs increase conversion, as well as Terrain, an online course marketplace that hosts and markets high-quality courses for entrepreneurs.
In this episode, Eman and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can launch self-liquidating offers to generate more leads for their business.
Creating video content with Nia Lee
Nia Lee is the Founder of Socialee Media Agency, a creative social media agency that helps women business owners create unique, consistent and on-brand content for their social media.
In this episode, Nia and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can grow their business through video content.
Making legal contracts with Jamie Bell
Jaime Bell is the founder of the Contracts Market where she provides legal contract templates for Canadian entrepreneurs.
In addition to Contracts Market, Jaime runs her own law firm, Wild Coast Law, where she provides legal services to businesses in British Columbia.
In this episode, Jaime and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can better protect themselves with legal contracts.
Building an audience with Ramli John
Ramli John is a growth marketing consultant, host of the Growth Marketing Today podcast as well as the Product-Led podcast. He's also the author of the upcoming book Eureka.
In this episode, Ramli and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can build an audience as a way to get new clients.
Starting multiple businesses with Candicia John
Candicia John is the founder of Toronto Curly Girl Meetup, an event that celebrates and educates people about how to grow and enjoy their natural curly hair.
Candia is also the founder of Curly Prints, an apparel line that gives representation to all curls through variety of prints and designs.
In this episode, Candicia and Mohammed talk about how Canadian freelancers can start multiple businesses that propel each other.
Love this podcast! It has such valuable information.
This is a must listen to for freelancers. It’s great hearing the different stories from other freelancers.
So helpful! Founder transitioning to freelancing
I love the episodes - they give me a range of different perspectives on how I can build out my freelance business. My favourite so far was the one focused on using a retainer business model - there were lots of practical tips & experiences that I learned from.