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Improve Your Chances and Make Your Profile Stand Out

We want to help you get your next project in the Telecommunications sector. We know that is matched to a project depends on many variables, but we believe that having a strong Outvise profile can improve your chances.

On this post, I want to share some tips on building an Outvise profile that stands out from the rest. Let's get started.

Keep your CV updated


Making sure the CV you have on file is updated is very important when it comes to finding the right project. It's easy to forget to add new accomplishments or skills you've gained while working on an assignment.

Actively improve your CV by adding recent awards, achievements, processes that you implemented for improvement or even conferences or events that you have attended. You can add a new CV right from your profile. Check our FAQs to see how.


Configure all of your skill families

Some time ago, we wrote a post where we talked about the importance of adding your Skill Families to your Outvise profile. Well, we can't stress it enough.


You can add up to 5 skill families and we recommend you take advantage of including at least 30 skills. It will give clients a more thorough idea of what is your expertise.



Use our Request for Help feature to Ask & Respond Questions


Establish yourself as a thought-leader and truly make your profile stand out by asking and responding to questions using the Request for Help feature. You can ask questions that come up when working on a project, it can be about anything: a process, implementing new tools or getting around roadblocks. 

We suggest you also take a moment to answer the questions that come your way. Share your expertise with others, get noticed and provide help. It is a wonderful way to get some recognition and connecting with a network of professionals. 


We hope you found these tips useful. Good luck!