About the event
Unleashing Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed in the New Economy
- What practical changes could policy makers implement to help the self-employed drive economic growth?
- What can be done to deliver recognition of the benefit freelancers bring to our flexible economy?
- Would independent professionals be better off in a reformed EU, or would leaving help their business?
Find out the answer to these questions at IPSE’s flagship conference: Unleashing Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed in the New Economy, on April 26th, at One Great George Street. IPSE will bring together key politicians, business leaders and our members, the UK’s self-employed workforce, to debate new ideas and policy suggestions on how to enhance the enormous contribution the UK’s 4.6 million self-employed bring to the economy.
We are delighted to announce that our hosts for the event will be leading broadcasters Sue Lawley OBE and Declan Curry.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, is the representative body for the UK’s self-employed community, including freelancers, contractors, consultants and independent professionals. Representing 68,000 self-employed people, we are the largest association of independent professionals in the EU.
We believe that flexibility in the labour market is crucial to Britain’s economic success, and dedicate our work to improving the landscape for the freelance way of working through our active and influential voice in government and industry.
To find out more, please see www.ipse.co.uk