Designers are one group of professionals whose value proposition is primarily based on their creative ability and ingenuity.
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?
IPSE has today responded to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s Conference speech, in which he outlined plans for a National Education Service to help deal with the evolving nature of work.
It has taken the UK economy a long time to recover the productivity lost following the 2008 Financial Crisis. However, it is important that we continue to question how to boost productivity beyond the existing levels.
IPSE is supporting the recommendations in a new report on creative freelancers. Published by the Creative Industries Federation, the report calls for a number of key supports for freelancers in the creative industries.
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 is delighted to announce a new partnership with Close Brothers, through which IPSE members will get access to a wide range of financial education and advice services.