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Director of Policy
Andy is responsible for IPSE’s tax policy and has a special interest in labour market changes, employment status, IR35 and Making Tax Digital. In 2015 he led IPSE’s campaign against proposals to restrict travel and subsistence tax relief for incorporated entities. Andy worked with EY to develop IPSE’s concept for a new corporate form – the Freelancer Limited Company – which would deliver clarity of legal and tax status for the smallest businesses, while also protecting revenue for the Exchequer. He is currently working IPSE’s IR35 in the private sector strategy and the the government’s response to COVID-19
Head of Education
Rebecca supports self-employed people to develop their skills and works with universities and schools to provide careers advice on self-employment. Rebecca has nearly 10 years’ experience in enterprise education and learning and development, working for organisations across the higher education sector.
Public Affairs Manager
Jonathan manages IPSE’s day-to-day relationship with government and has significant expertise in late and no payment, pensions, mortgages, and disability. Before joining IPSE he worked for the national disability charity Scope.
Head of Research
Chloe has in-depth knowledge of freelancers and the self-employed, as well as the latest trends in this fast-paced sector such as side-hustles and remote working. She oversees IPSE’s extensive research programme and has built a unique understanding of self-employment. Chloe has a special interest in wellbeing and the rise of female freelancers. She has over 10 years’ experience in research, working for a range of leading organisations including membership organisations, not-for-profits and charities.
Economic Policy Advisor
Ryan provides the economic underpinning and analysis to IPSE’s policy work. He is an expert on the macroeconomics of self-employment in the UK and the value that is added to UK business by the self-employed sector. A co-author of the IPSE Freelancers Confidence Index, he is well placed to talk about the state of the UK economy.
Inna designs and implements both qualitative and quantitative research projects to support policy and commercial work of the organisation. Inna has previous experience in policy research, having interned for the UK Parliament and a research think tank in Bulgaria.
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