Freelancing Matters has been circulated (by PCG, the voice of freelancing) since 2003. Encouraged by feedback and a desire to unlock some great content that has been hidden in the printed pages, we are excited to launch this online platform.
With articles and resources looking to inspire, encourage and advise we want to celebrate the choice to go freelance and underline the importance of freelancing in the modern world of business.
As the driving force behind Freelancing Matters, PCG, the voice of freelancing is the cross-sector association for freelance contractors and consultants in the UK.
PCG works with members ranging from IT Contractors to Chefs, PR consultants to Web Designers, to support the development of the freelance sector and ensure the UK’s 1.4 million freelancers are understood, valued and respected by the business community and UK government as a vital resource for future economic success.
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The exciting aspect of the website for us at Freelancing Matters is greater interaction. There’s a lot we can learn from each other as a freelance community. It’s a workforce that is incredibly varied, featuring entrepreneurs, IT consultants, designers, chefs, project managers, mumpreneurs.
We aim to share these incredible stories in the pages of Freelancing Matters and on this website.....
So, if there’s anything you’d like to see featured in the magazine or on the website, or if you have any questions for the FM team, please get in contact.
Complete the form below or contact us by phone on 0208 897 9970 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Freelancing Matters has been published by PCG since July 2003. Over the years the magazine has grown to feature freelance news and important policy, tax and legal information, as well as useful articles on a range of matters that are relevant to the freelance contracting community.
The publication is available for purchase online and is also circulated to a wider audience of freelancers, contractors, consultants and small business owners via a network of partner organisations, at exhibitions and trade shows, libraries, work hubs, office receptions and on occasion at central London commuter stations.
Overall circulation of Freelancing Matters is now around 30,000.
Advertising in Freelancing Matters represents outstanding value and an excellent opportunity to promote your company and its services to a large audience of established independent professionals across all sectors.
To place your advertising order please contact Anthon Linton: