Barbra Streisand was right: people need people. Even after a year of working from home and being able to communicate within the four isolated corners of your room, we’re itching to get back out there to make more connections. Great creative relationships are a privilege and a pleasure and it’s down to both parties to keep it thriving. But when they work, they’re magic. Once the world starts to open up, we can’t wait to play an active role in the creative freelance community, to produce more work, learn from others, win some new clients and most importantly, build friendships. Here are some tips on how to keep your name fresh in the minds of clients and other creatives in order to build strong creative relationships for the long run.