National Freelancers Day
16 June 2022
National Freelancers Day is IPSE’s biggest event of the year – a celebration of all things freelance, and an opportunity for self-employed people across the country to look to the year ahead.
Countdown to this years event
Whether you’re new to self-employment or an experienced freelancer, join the Award-winning National Freelancers Day for keynotes, networking opportunities, one-to-one guidance and more.
National Freelancers Day on 16 June will again be in a virtual format – so you can access it wherever you are in the world.
The event will give self-employed people a glimpse of what comes next, and examine how self-employment can strengthen the UK’s post-pandemic recovery.
The event will cover
Building your freelance community & values
Tips on managing your mental health and wellbeing as a self-employed worker
Financial management to help you prepare for your career and future
Inspiring case studies – hear from those who’ve made a success of it, and how they’ve marketed their businesses
National Freelancers Day will include many sessions, workshops, one to ones, meet ups and much more!
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Community & Values stream sponsor
IPSE’s Incubator is for anyone within the early stages of their self-employed career or for those seriously considering self-employment as their next move. This 12-month programme provides you with the knowledge, support and protection you need to get going – knowing you have dedicated helplines and IPSE staff to turn to if you have any questions.
Interested in becoming a sponsor at NFD 2022?
Be part of IPSE’s flagship event National Freelancers Day, the event for the self-employed. As a National Freelancers Day sponsor, you will be positioned as a thought leader for the freelance community across the UK – and have full exposure to the NFD audience.
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See what past attendees had to say
Although I’m now into my 17th year of freelancing, NFD remains a valuable time for me to share some ‘sanity checks’ with fellow freelancers through the various session themes, and also to be encouraged by hearing what IPSE are up to in open debates in continuing to represent and advocate for us with policy makers to reflect our experiences during the pandemic.
The conference was so well organised… I really enjoyed the format and found it easy to access everything.
National Freelancers Day is excellent, it’s hard to do virtual events well but the NFD App makes it incredibly easy to attend NFD despite my personally being with customers on the day – the catchup has allowed me to draw on invaluable insights from industry and still network meaningfully with other attendees. For my business it’s a must-have event and I make a point of having my staff attend every year just on account of how much they and I learn on the day.
The ability to go back and watch after the event – this made a huge difference to me
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed, is the voice of the UK’s self-employed population who make up one in seven people working today.
We make sure freelancers, interim managers, consultants and contractors are represented to Government. By producing insightful, hard-hitting research and effective policy campaigns, we fight to create a better environment for the self-employed to run their businesses and ultimately, ensure our economy remains one of the most flexible in the world.