• A chair of our times

    A chair of our times

    When Caroline Morgan took on her first contract with an international airline in the late 1990s, it would have been impossible to anticipate the transformation...

  • Women in the gig economy - is the UK taking a backwards step?

    Women in the gig economy - is the UK taking a backwards step?

    Being in the 21st century, you’d think the age-old debate about women in the workplace would be something well and truly of the past. But...

  • Bridging the gap

    Bridging the gap

    Those are the words of Audre Lorde - a prominent writer, feminist and civil rights activist who wrote extensively about women’s rights in the 1960’s,...
  • Carolyn Fairbairn Means Business

    Carolyn Fairbairn Means Business

    When the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) was born on Friday 30th July 1965, the UK was in the midst of an economic crisis with...

  • What's in your bag? Emmeline Pidgen

    What's in your bag? Emmeline Pidgen

    In this new feature, the team at IPSE take a peek inside the bag of an inspiring independent professional. First up, we thought we’d meet...

  • How to sell when you hate selling

    How to sell when you hate selling

    “So many women are choosing to become a freelancer, and we must support one another and create a sense of community.”

    These were the words...

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