Aon to sponsor IPSE’s National Freelancers Day

IPSE is delighted to announce that Aon is the headline sponsor of National Freelancers Day (NFD). 

Aon, a leading global professional services firm, will also be discussing a diverse range of important issues on the National Freelancers Day panel sessions:

  • Cyber-attack – it couldn’t happen to me, could it?
  • Finance – ask the experts.

Mark Roper, Aon Affinity Chief Commercial Office, commented: “Aon is very excited to be the headline sponsor of National Freelancers Day on 28th June 2018. We’re looking forward to engaging with IPSE members and providing them with guidance on their insurance needs at the event.”

Chris Bryce, IPSE CEO, added: “Aon is a global leader in its field and shares IPSE’s vision to create the most business-friendly environment we can for our booming self-employed community. At NFD we endeavour to bring together experts from across the self-employed spectrum, and Aon are clearly at the forefront of their field. So we’re delighted to have them on board as both our headline sponsor and speaking on two extremely topical panel sessions 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 to do with 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.