Join National Freelancers Day by organising your own fringe event
At IPSE we are looking to spread the celebrations of National Freelancers Day across the UK and are encouraging communities, networks and individuals to organise fringe events (virtual or hybrid, but in line with Government guidelines) in June.
As a fringe event organiser, you will receive promotional support from IPSE, with your event listed on this website, mentions in our National Freelancers Day communications and on our social media channels.
Submit your ideas
We welcome all ideas of event format and style, from networking sessions to workshops.
Contact us at events@IPSE.co.uk with your ideas.
NFD Fringe: Freelance Mum Event
17 June, 10.30am-12.30pm
Freelance Mum celebrates National Freelancers Day! The national annual event, in association with IPSE. There will be a netwalk in the beautiful countryside at Tractors & Cream – thanks to Vicki Ivins-Jones, business workshop and the Freelance Mum Bonkers Choir with National Freelancer of the Year winner, Rachel Mason!
Coffee and cake on arrival, facilitated networking from 10:30am – 12:30pm. You are welcome to bring your lunch and make a day of it, stay until 2pm. I can’t wait to hang out in a field and talk shop with you!
For more information, please visit the Freelance Mum website.
The Freelance Formula (to winning clients) with The Work Crowd
16 June, 12.00pm-1.00pm
Join the team behind The Word Crowd, a global community connecting freelancers to businesses, as they delve into the secret formula to winning clients at
Co-founders Alice and Madeleine Weightman sit in conversation with Lauren Ring (Customer Success Manager) and Mel Fitzsimmons (The Work Crowd Freelancer) to discuss the Dos and Don’ts of client outreach, the pitching process and closing the deal.