IPSE’s University Partnership network expands as London South Bank University (LSBU) becomes our latest partner.
Government’s much trumpeted Industrial Strategy was finally published this week. At 132 pages, nobody could label their plans as anything less than wide-ranging.
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.
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.
With the New Year comes the renewed opportunity to figure out what you want to achieve this year. For some it may be taking the leap into self-employment, trying something new, or simply being the best you can be.
IPSE has today (Monday 14 November), responded to a report from the Money Advice Service, which states teenagers are “ill-prepared” over their finances post education.
Lydia Wakefield, IPSE Education and Training Manager, talks development opportunities for the self-employed and the launch of IPSE Academy
Training opportunities for the self-employed are now more accessible than ever before thanks to IPSE Academy, a new offering from the largest trade association representing the UK’s independent professionals and the self-employed.
Age 18 – 30: A Time for Exploration and Establishment
People can start contracting at any age and in my article before Christmas, I looked at the different factors to consider wherever you are in your contracting career.