How to be a successful freelancer in the post-pandemic world

25 Nov 2021
There has arguably never been a better time to be a freelancer. The economy is picking up, firms are looking to engage skilled talent and the widespread adoption of technology means everyone can work for anyone, from anywhere. But there are challenges too. The pandemic has left many self-employed businesses in a fragile state, taxation gets more complex and confusing by the day, and isolation and loneliness can take its toll on those working for themselves. Luckily there are people who can help, and one such organisation is IPSE – the only organisation solely dedicated to representing and supporting the self-employed. Find out more from IPSE’s Director of Policy, Andy Chamberlain, as he guides you through the opportunities and threats for UK freelancers.
Andy Chamberlain, Director of Policy