This issue of IPSE magazine celebrates the best of self-employment. On 8 June we held National Freelancers Day at Kings place in London. It was an amazing success and we hope that who attended had a great time. If you didn’t make it, don’t fret; you can read all about the day and glittering awards evening in this edition.
But that’s not all. 8 June was also the date of the General Election. We have in depth analysis from IPSE’s director of Policy, Simon McVicker as well as a Scottish update from Jim Cassidy and a report from IPSE’s own election manifesto launch.
Have you ever thought about freelancing in Birmingham? Deputy Editor Jyoti Rambhai visited England’s second city to bring you everything you need to know before making the journey. Other highlights this month include advice from Benedict Smith on how to juggle clients when you are in the fortunate position of having too much work on the go, and Jason Ward takes a rye look at how to deal with professional jealousy in what can be a crowded market for talented freelancers.