Inhabitat is hiring contributors to cover the 2015 Milan Furniture Fair!

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Heads up design fans – are you a writer, photographer, designer, or media professional planning to attend the 2015 Milan Furniture Fair next month? Inhabitat is looking for a few great contributors to report on the best green designs from this year’s show! We’re offering you the opportunity to share your photos and writing with our audience of millions of readers around the world – and many of our Milan correspondents continue on to become regular Inhabitat contributors. The fair is coming up quick on April 14th, so we’re looking for correspondents who are currently based in Milan or who are already planning to attend this year’s events.

If you think you’d make a fantastic Inhabitat contributor, send an email to editor[at]inhabitat.com with the headline “Milan Furniture Fair Contributor” and the information below. Please note that only contributors who are currently based in Milan or who are already planning to attend the Milan Furniture Fair will be considered.

1. Tell us a little about yourself and why you would make a great Inhabitat correspondent.

2. Send us 2-3 samples of your writing

3. Send us 2-3 samples of your photography (or a link to your online portfolio).

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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