We’d like to hear from you as part of IPSE’s Confidence Index – the only survey of its kind that tracks the business performance and economic outlook of independent professionals and the self-employed across the UK.
To mark Small Business Advice Week, IPSE will be contributing to the discussion with a series of advice blogs written exclusively with the small business community in mind.
Today IPSE released our manifesto: A Contract with the Self-Employed.
IPSE has today (24 February) responded to the Government’s Small Business Commissioner regulations.
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.
IPSE was joined by a stellar panel of freelancing experts at HSBC’s sky-scraping Canary Wharf HQ this week. Set against the backdrop of London’s sprawling East End, we led an event all about launching a solo business for the first time.
A survey of freelancers working in creative industries revealed an estimated average loss of £5,394 per person per year, due to working for free.
The UK suffers from an unhealthy payment culture, but are things about to change? The launch of a Government consultation today (13 October) points to a potentially bright future.
A dimly lit comedy club at the Albert Dock was the setting for a fringe event that tackled a subject ironically seen as something of a punchline for Labour over the years: embracing the business community and the self-employed workforce.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has responded to the Prime Minister’s appointments of Philip Hammond as Chancellor and Greg Clark as Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.