I’m Grace Dobush, a freelance journalist based in Germany and operating worldwide. I’m a polymath with a wide range of interests, but my current work tends to fall in the intersection of business, technology and politics. I’m especially interested in future mobility, the sharing economy, German business and the creative economy.

I’ve written for publications including Fortune, Handelsblatt Today, Wired, Quartz and Roll Call, and I’ve worked on the editorial staffs of Writer’s Digest, HOW, Print, Family Tree Magazine, The Artist’s Magazine and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. I’ve also done content work for companies and organizations including Cisco, Mozilla, Autodesk, the Urban Land Institute, the Consumer Tech Association and Robert Half International.

But I don’t only work with text: I’ve appeared as a commentator in international media outlets including Deutsche Welle and BBC News Hour, and I moderated a conference on climate change and the Arctic with the Alfred Wegener Institute in Berlin in October 2018.

I also wrote the Crafty Superstar business guides for part-time crafters, and I co-founded the Crafty Supermarket craft show in Cincinnati. I love speaking at conferences around the world about DIY business and entrepreneurship, and I co-founded Midwest Craft Con.

Want to know more? Browse through my work and get in touch. You can email me at grace.dobush@gmail.com.

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