The fourth National Freelancers Day on Wednesday 21st November is being hailed as the biggest and best yet as a range of events and activities took place across the UK amidst growing media interest in the PCG-organised initiative.
This year’s National Freelancers Day Event on Wednesday 21 November is completely sold out – but you can follow all the action from the comfort of your own home via our live web stream. What’s more, you can get involved on the day by submitting questions to our specially-convened Expert Panel who will be answering queries at lunchtime, or to our Question Time panel at the NFD Event itself in the evening.
You are your own boss, free of the shackles of corporate life. But you’re also a microbusiness – and businesses have to manage their tax, their cashflow, their bank accounts and paperwork. ‘Thinking like a Business’ is the latest in our unique series of short films we’re showing in the run-up to National Freelancers Day.
Legendary political communicator, author and freelancer Alastair Campbell has been announced as the keynote speaker and first member of the expert panel for the National Freelancers Day Event taking place on the evening of Wednesday 21st November in London.
PCG has emerged victorious at this year's Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards as National Freelancers Day 2011 was recognised with the Event of the Year Award.
The prestigious prize, achieved against stiff opposition, recognised that National Freelancers Day (NFD) had been hugely successful in showcasing the role of freelancers in the UK economy. An effective PR and marketing campaign based around a rich agenda of live and virtual activities reached an impressive 6.5 million people. At times through the day, NFD was the top trending Twitter story in the UK, and received messages of support from numerous political and business leaders including the Prime Minister.