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Three ways to find new work in April

How to find work

Happy Pitch Slap Wednesday (not sure what the hell I’m talking about? You’ll need this post then). Welcome to a new series of monthly posts identifying ways to find new business and find new business. Pitching for work can feel like an endless, tedious task at times, so these tasks should help keep #PitchSlapWednesday fresh! […] Read more…

10 ways to boost your biz on a budget

  Building and growing your business as a freelancer is pretty exciting, right? But many freelancers I know are nervous about growing their business as they envision huge upscaling costs. Not true! There are plenty of ways you can grow your business, with a few free or low cost tools. Get your social media organised: Buffer – […] Read more…

How to create a client checklist

client checklist

When a potential client approaches you about working together, it can be pretty exciting. But hold your horses! Just because they’ve approached you, doesn’t mean you have to say yes. In fact, you should ask yourself a few questions to make sure they’re the right fit for your business. Recently, I’ve been using the following […] Read more…

IPSE’s self-employment manifesto: how government can help freelancers

Yesterday, I jumped on the early train to London and made my way to Westminster for IPSE’s (pronounced ip-say) Manifesto launch. For those of you that don’t recognise the name, IPSE was previously known as PCG, the membership body for the self-employed. A rebrand occurred early this year when the association realising that PCG (Professional […] Read more…