The way people work has been changing for years. Businesses have trialled four-day weeks of hot-desking, flexible work hours, zero-hour contracts and remote working. In this article we discuss How Hard is it for a Freelancer to Operate in 2021?
Freelancing is one of the go-to ways of working at the moment because of the pandemic, but it’s actually been gaining traction in the past several years. And yet, freelance work is not for everyone. Hence, here are 5 Signs That Freelance Work Might Not Be For You.
With more and more people working from home, there has never been a better time to start freelancing or move your business online! Our article, How to Start Working From Home: Tips & Tricks for Freelancers, looks at some of the most popular remote careers and explores some tips and tricks to set yourself up. Read on if you want to start your journey towards remote work!
In recent years, the internet has given rise to what is now known as the gig-based economy. From copywriters, designers and even virtual assistants, the gig-based economy has enabled even the humblest startup to access a much wider talent pool. In this article we discuss 4 Things Your Freelancer Wants You to Know.
Many of you have transitioned from being full-time employees to freelance workers, but during that transition, you lost some direction. You may have been spending more time on client work than planning your own future, but we have some easy tips to help you get ahead while freelancing, even if you feel behind.
When most people think of negotiation, they think of hostages and they start to get nervous. But the negotiation phase is a good thing. It means your potential customer is very interested in your services. It’s the last step in the sales process, matching their perceived value of what you do, to what they’re willing to pay.