Today, work is changing like never before. More people than ever are going freelance and joining the flexible economy. They are fast becoming one of the most dynamic and productive sectors of the workforce.
National Freelancers Day was created to celebrate freelancers – to connect them with each other and the businesses and services that can support them. For freelancers, it’s a day to learn, network and meet the businesses working in this vital area. For businesses, it’s an opportunity to reach an exciting, engaged and fast-growing freelance audience.
In 2019, National Freelancers Day had a 1.8 million social media reach, over 500 attendees, 35 speakers and many more side events and workshops.
How do I sponsor?
There are lots of opportunities to have a presence at National Freelancers Day. Expose your brand, product or service to the wider freelance community by taking one of these sponsorship opportunities:
- Headline sponsorship
- Premium sponsorship
- Official drinks reception
- Delegate tote bags
- Venue branding e.g. floor stickers
- Catering area
- Sessions or streams
- Bespoke packages
All sponsorship opportunities come with a range of branding, PR and marketing benefits.
How do I exhibit?
Showcase your business to over 500 freelancers by exhibiting at National Freelancers Day.
Exhibition stands include:
- 3m x 2m exhibition stand including power, table and chair
- Branding on event printed collateral
- 2x delegates passes
- 2x invitations to the IPSE Awards
- Logo branding in the post-event summary guide
- Company logo and description on the NFD website
- Branding on the official event app
- Refreshments and lunch on the day
- 1x dedicated Twitter post
To book your exhibition stand, please contact
Victoria Rodwell or 020 8897 9970 for further information.
Sponsor an Award
It’s not just through National Freelancers Day that we celebrate this dynamic and growing sector. We also have national awards to celebrate the UK’s best and brightest freelancers.
The awards continue to discover and support the most amazing freelance talent from across the UK – and help bring together this vital community. In 2019, the IPSE Awards had a 2 million social media reach, over 150 attendees, 33 shortlisted finalists.
Winners will be presented at the world-class arts and learning centre in the heart of London, the Barbican. Profile your business as an industry leader to all sectors of the freelance community and sponsor one of these prestigious Awards:
- Freelancer of the Year
- Freelancing Project of the Year
- New to Freelancing
- Young Freelancer of the Year
- University Partner
- Ambassador of the Year
- Co-Working Space
Sponsoring an Award comes with a range of branding, PR and marketing benefits.