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Come to Leeds Arts University for a free guide to your freelance career

IPSE and Big Ideas Wales are hosting an evening at Leeds Arts University to help students get into freelancing.
 


With practical advice, stories from successful freelancers and a networking reception, it’s a free evening designed to give aspiring freelancers the best start to their careers.

Held at the BW Auditorium at Leeds Arts University on Tuesday 19 March, the event will run from 4 to 7pm and is open to any interested students.

The speakers will include:

  • Abigail and Chloe Baldwin, Co-Founders of Buttercrumble and Young Freelancer of the Year 2017 Finalists

and

  • Rebecca Willey, Deputy Head of Education and Training, IPSE

IPSE’s Deputy Head of Education and Training Rebecca Willey commented: “At IPSE, we work to help and support not only existing freelancers and contractors – but also the next generation of the self-employed.

“Freelancing can be an amazing career. Not only does it give you the freedom and flexibility to live your life how you want:  often, it can even be more lucrative than 9-5 employee work.

“So, whether you’re studying something that usually leads to self-employment or are just interested in finding out where freelancing can take you – join us for what promises to be a very fun evening.”

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