Workwell Sponsors IPSE Outstanding Freelancer of the Year

15 May 2023

We are delighted to be sponsoring the Outstanding Freelancer category at the IPSE Freelancing Awards 2023.

The awards ceremony takes place on Thursday, 6th July at the spectacular Landing Forty Two in London.

The Outstanding Freelancer Award recognises the most talented self-employed people in the UK. It’s designed to recognise and celebrate the innovation and excellence of freelancers in the UK.

We wish all entrants the very best of luck and look forward to celebrating with you on the night!

Workwell enjoys a long association with IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed, the voice of the UK’s self-employed population who make up one in seven people working today.

IPSE ensures freelancers and contractors are represented to Government, producing insightful research and effective policy campaigns. IPSE fights to create a better environment for the self-employed to run their businesses and ultimately, ensure our economy remains one of the most flexible in the world.

To find out more, please visit the awards website.

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