The Enterprise and Freelance Survey is a survey of attitudes towards freelance staff among both the business and freelance / agency communities.
This questionnaire is focused on your experience of the digital, marketing, sales, media, performance and creative freelance sector – as a business owner, manager, freelancer or agency director.
This 9 question survey will take less than 5 minutes to complete. Following which we will send the results of the survey to all participants who provide us with an email address, once we have completed the analysis.
No, I’m not talking about Steve Jobs of Apple – I’m talking about jobs…
…you know, employment – full time roles with benefits, holiday, sick pay, redundancy, pensions, national insurance, paye, bosses, org charts, job descriptions, things not in my job description, in the US – heath care, maternity rights, paternity rights, gossip at the water coolers, etc…
… is the end in sight?
For many business owners the concept of outsourcing key services and employing freelancers seems a new trend.
But have you ever employed a plumber or builder? Do they think you could knock-up a loft extension or install an en-suite?
And, they don’t do downtime…
How do freelancers think about themselves?
Do you think of yourself as a freelancer?
As an entrepreneur?
A small business owner?
All of the above?
Join the discussion on the Enterprise & Freelance Fair LinkedIn group.
What happens in the United States normally happens in the UK too, just with a bit of a lag.
So, when we read that 26% of all workers laid off in the US are looking to start their own business what do we conclude?
We have clients looking for the following freelancers…
Great news – we are currently planning our events for the Autumn and we’ve got some exciting new locations coming up.
Our provisional next dates are:
- 14th Oct – Wirral / Liverpool – Egerton House
- 9th Nov – Manchester, UMIC – University of Manchester’s Innovation Centre
- 19th Nov – Cheshire – Daresbury Innovation Campus
Outsourcing giant Carillion expects to cut the costs of overstretched Government departments by 25%.
So, if Mr McDonough can do this for large Government departments, can digital, media and creative freelancers do the same for small, and medium sized businesses?
Are you able to get to central London or central Manchester for an hour or two interview with a top market research company looking at the freelance market sometime in early September and would like to be paid for your time?
This week we’ve had companies contact us looking for the following freelance talent: