PCG's Guide to Freelancing; - the ultimate starter and refresher pack for freelancers in the UK. The Guide to Freelancing provides a useful source of information to new and established freelancers and small business owners.
Despite the challenges facing small and micro businesses in the UK, the attitude of the nation’s business owners towards going solo is still positive according to a 4000-strong poll commissioned by workspace provider Regus.
Leading figures within Tech City will debate the role of government in technology, a traditional stronghold for freelancing and contracting, on the inaugural day of Digital Shoreditch 2013.
According to the organisers, tickets for London’s Digital Shoreditch festival next month are selling fast with less than 1,000 tickets remaining.
Recent data from the Office of National Statistics and PCG, the association representing independent professionals, shows pretty conclusively that the number of Britons making the leap into self-employment is growing by the day.
Online print business Moo.Com is inviting members of the public to hand over a stack of their outdated, coffee-stained or curled-up business cards in exchange for 50 free new ones
Harriet Reuter Hapgood has only very recently gone freelance. How is she finding it – and was it a scary leap to make? Here’s what she has to say…
We're warming up for National Freelancers Day on 21st November 2012.
This year is even more fun filled than before, we have a lecture, webcasts, research and a fantastic quiz to put your freelance prowess to the test!!