University is a special stage in a person’s life, and it is important to make the most of all the opportunities it presents. Today more students than ever before are using new technology to do just that.
IPSE is delighted to announce that Birkbeck, University of London has become the organisation’s latest University Partner, continuing our mission to make self-employment an attractive and accessible career path for the next generation of business owners.
What comes to mind when you hear ‘soft skills’? Do you ever consider soft skills training when you think of making progress in your career? Or does it seem patronising?
You may wonder what this term ‘Entrecomp’ means. I did too, after hearing it mentioned several times during the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference we attended last week.
When was the last time you committed to your professional development? Took a training course? Learned something new? Is now the time to think about updating your skills and knowledge?
Today IPSE released our manifesto: A Contract with the Self-Employed.
IPSE’s University Partnership network expands as London South Bank University (LSBU) becomes our latest partner.
IPSE welcomes today’s (Monday 23 January) report from the Women and Work All Parliamentary Group (APPG), Women Returners Annual Report 2016.
Support needed for self-employed mums
Look back at IPSE’s work and achievements in 2016 with our year in review. Inside you can read about our policy successes, landmark research and events.
You can read all about IPSE’s first Policy Conference, National Freelancers Day and the IPSE Freelancer of the year awards.
Better pension provision, maternity allowance and research into the self-employed were called for by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, in its response to the parliamentary Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee inquiry into ‘the