National Freelancers Day

National Freelancers Day, organised by PCG, the voice of freelancing, is a day for the freelance community to reflect on our contribution to the economic well-being of the nation. Find much more on their site, here.

Freeing up potential

National Freelancers Day was launched in 2009 and UK wide events and webcasts focused on ‘the Future of Work’. The theme for this year’s is ‘Freeing up potential’, with special emphasis on the lifestyle choice offered by freelancing and the growing contribution the freelance community makes to the UK’s economy.

John Brazier, Managing Director of PCG, believes National Freelancers Day is fast becoming a significant date for many of the UK’s 1.4 million freelancers. John said:

“The success of last year’s events underlined the growing importance of the freelance community to the economy of the UK. More and more people see freelancing as their ideal 21st century work choice. They see the potential of freelancing as a positive and rewarding choice for their work while enhancing their lifestyle.

“We reached out to the freelance community throughout the UK and the attendance at regional events underlined the growing confidence and pride freelancers have in their role in society.”

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