Sherpa to sponsor IPSE’s National Freelancers Day
- 31 May 2018
Experts in creating easy, flexible and trustworthy insurance packages customised specifically to each individual, Sherpa will also be speaking on two National Freelancers Day panels: ‘The future of self-employment’ and ‘Finance panel: ask the experts’.
Chris Kaye, Sherpa Co-Founder, commented: “Sherpa is changing the world of insurance, offering free regulated advice, commission free insurance, with all of your insurance in one place and specifically designed for the self-employed. Sherpa is delighted to be working with IPSE to promote the vital role that freelancers play in our society and to support the self-employed with their unique needs.”
Chris Bryce, IPSE CEO, added: “Sherpa shares IPSE’s vision of creating the most business-friendly environment for our booming self-employed community. At NFD we endeavour to bring together experts from across the self-employed spectrum. So, as both a sponsor and speaking on two exciting panels, we’re delighted to have Sherpa on board for what promises to be the biggest and best National Freelancers Day yet.”
Whether you’re a career freelancer, have just started out, or are simply considering taking the plunge, you’ll find something at National Freelancers Day. The day will also address fundamental – yet often underappreciated topics – around self-employment such as mental health.
Held at King’s Place in central London on Thursday 28 June, the day will include a huge variety of insightful seminars, speeches, panel sessions and interactive workshops.
Structured around four key streams – health and wellbeing, digital, winning work, and financial – the day will bring together speakers from a range of industries, specialisms and companies. With complimentary headshots, free lunch and a showcase where you can network with other freelancers, purchase work and even have a massage, it promises to be a day to remember.
For tickets, a full programme and more information, visit the National Freelancers Day website.
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