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A range of services designed to help freelancers around the world grow and run their small businesses more cost-effectively has been introduced by Mediabuddies, the reunion and networking club for the media industry, it was announced today.

Under specially negotiated agreements, members of Mediabuddies can take advantage of 10% discounts on:

• A subscription to Future Events News Service, a global database of news events to identify possible assignments. From CNN to the Hull Daily Mail, FENS provides thousands of journalists around the world with news of forthcoming events at international, national and local level.

• Hosting and support services provided by, a partner of Rackspace. According to the latest Gartner research, Rackspace ranks alongside IBM, EDS and Digex as a major player in the hosting market;

•'s worldwide text messaging service. Once registered, members can send texts anywhere from any computer and receive the replies as email.

Freelancers can also market their skills on The Freelance Directory which can be accessed by other Mediabuddies, including editors, in the United States and United Kingdom, as well as more than 40 other countries from Australia to Zimbabwe.

The founder of, David Davis said: “Freelancers are the backbone of every sector of the media industry. These services have been created to give them a competitive edge in marketing themselves to an influential community of prospective clients. Additionally, special corporate discounts, not normally available to individuals, have been negotiated with leading service providers so that freelancers can keep their running costs low”.

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For further information contact David Davis
Mobile: 07831 558 745

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