IPSE is supporting the recommendations in a new report on creative freelancers. Published by the Creative Industries Federation, the report calls for a number of key supports for freelancers in the creative industries.
IPSE has responded to the Government’s announcement of £440m in funding for more widespread superfast broadband.
IPSE has responded to speeches today (3 October) at the Conservative Party Conference from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond MP and Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
IPSE has today (Tuesday 26 July) responded to the news that Ofcom has required broadband provider Openreach to become a separate legal entity to BT. Ofcom has also ordered BT to invest more in the broadband network.
Simon McVicker, Policy and External Affairs Director at IPSE reacted to speeches made by Shadow Business Minister, Angela Eagle MP and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell by stating the Labour Party needs to reconnect with business, and the self-employed in particular.
Access to the appropriate infrastructure is vital to the success of any economy, and the self-employed economy is no different.