National Freelancers Day 2011

NFD 2011, a day to focus on the opportunities that freelancing offers to individuals, to organisations and to the economy, a day to connect and enhance the knowledge of the freelance community.

NFD is all about Freelancing, a chance to highlight the value and contribution of the UK Freelance Sector, 1.56 million people who really are a fundamental to the economy in the UK and our prospects of recovery.

Last year the message reached over 1 million people and supporters included Prime Minister David Cameron. This year let’s make it bigger – your support will help to spread this message even further.

23rd November 6.30pm – 9:00pm

The second Freelance Lecture forms the centrepiece of National Freelancers Day 2011 (once again supported by our media partner the Telegraph Media Group).

If you are using social media tools to report on the day remember the hashtag is:

#nfd23nov
Audioboos from last year's National Freelancers Day

Special Webinar Series for Freelancers

by , 11/11/11 5:35pm
“As a freelancer we have to wear many hats. And if you don’t wear the business hat, you’re going to get rained on.” So says Dan Pink, and we couldn’t agree more. Sharpen your freelance business skills with this special webinar series. Dan Pink and 15 other seasoned pros cover everything from using social media, getting […]

Why not take the fit to freelance quiz? You’ll find it just here read more

Live stream of The Freelance Lecture 2010

by , 23/11/10 7:45pm
You'll find a live stream of the talk here from 7pm, 23rd November 2010

In the run up to National Freelancers Day, PCG ran a series of events from Aberdeen to Brighton, giving freelancers the chance to brainstorm career-building challenges. read more

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 […] read more

Panel Members for the PCG Freelance Lecture

by , 19/11/10 10:52pm
Joining Dr Bellini for the panel debate will be: Baroness Liddell of Coatdyke: Helen Liddell was made a life peer earlier this year. A former BBC economics journalist, Helen entered Parliament when she won Monklands East in 1994 in a by-election following the death of the then Labour Leader John Smith. During her spell at […]

Photos from Freeing up potential: The PCG Freelance Lecture 2011. Hosted on Flickr, click through to see slideshow and photographers details. read more

Who are PCG?

by , 19/11/10 10:36pm
PCG is an independent not-for-profit professional association. Our mission is representing, supporting and promoting the freelance community, with specific attention to the needs of those freelancers who are members of PCG. We aim to be the ultimate authority on the issues that affect the freelance community and strive for freelancing to be valued and respected […]