We’ll guesstimate that around six months ago we told you the saga of one Justin Gignac, a self-described “New York City artist, entrepreneur and recovering advertising art director,” who teamed up with current Draftfcb Orange County creative director Adam Tompkins and decided to hook up freelancers with potential employers called “Working Not Working.” Now, after several months in beta, the man behind a few other interesting projects tells us that WNW is now a “curated community of over 700 top freelance creatives and more than 200 hirers signed up, we’re ready.” Ok kids, let the video above explain and go forth here.
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