Meet the freelancer using her skills to help both other freelancers, and to feed those in need.
Meet the real-life Willy Wonka: David Greenwood-Haigh. A self-employed chocolatier, chocolate consultant and owner of chocolate company Coeur de Xocolat.
Modern Work sits down with Adam Kay to discuss his latest book, Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas and what his plans for the festive period.
The former teacher explains how her passion for breadmaking became the surprise career she now shares with others
Former Paralympic swimmer, Mark Williams, turns to self-employment to help solve a crucial problem for other amputees like him.
Rachel Mason, IPSE’s Freelancer of the Year 2019, talks about her life and the super power which has shaped her singing career: the ability to see and taste sound.
Modern Work caught up with founder of The Dots, Pip Jamieson to get a sneak peak of her keynote at IPSE’s National Freelancers Day.
For freelance performance coach Abigail Ireland, wellbeing is the key to being more productive. So, what can you do to live your best life and …
As a self-employed person, you often have to learn the skill of managing client relationships. Here’s what graphic designer Catherine Jordan has to say.
You hear your name being called. You stand up, make your way to the front of the darkened room, carefully climbing the five steps up …
The test that matches your personality with the type of employment that best suits you.
Liz Kershaw, a self-employed presenter on BBC Radio 6, who is part of the BBC Presenters Group. The group have been taking on the BBC over its handling of the changes to IR35.
Paul Jarvis, author of Company of One, speaks to Christina McLean on why staying small is the next big thing, and how to know when enough is enough.
Twice as many of the 4.8 million self-employed people in the UK work rurally – Charlotte Beevor explains why.
Emma Gannon, author of the Multi-Hyphen Method, speaks to Modern Work about the new way of working and why freelancing is the way forward.