It’s competition time! And winning is IPSE

It’s competition time and your chance to win free IPSE membership for a year. The word ‘competition’ usually raises two questions:

  1. What can I win?
  2. What do I have to do to win it?

What can I win?

Well, the first one is simple. IPSE is the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed: its purpose is to give freelancers access to the things that will make them successful in their businesses. By providing a comprehensive range of training, information, guidance, support and benefits IPSE currently help over 68,000 freelancers, consultants and self-employed people in the UK.

Some of the benefits of membership include:

  • Discounts on software and online training
  • Discounts on IT equipment and other products
  • Networking and training events
  • Free tax and legal advice
  • Access to workstations
  • Business toolkits and helpsheets
  • Latest news for freelancers
  • Insurances and essential information
  • Many other great benefits…

What do I have to do to win?

If the value of the prize was simple to explain, and clearly incredibly valuable for any freelancer, then what you need to do to win is even simpler. You just need to take a picture of boringness!

The fact is that creative people are brilliant when they are given the freedom, space and time to create. Placed in that environment, they can do amazing things. But sit them down with a dreary admin task and all of their energy, passion and zest for creativity is soon squashed under the weight.

So, all you need to do is take a creative picture or selfie of the boring admin that stops you doing what you do best and allow yourself to #BeFreeToCreate instead. Then follow the instructions listed here: IPSE COMPETITION

There is no simpler way to win yourself all of the great benefits of IPSE membership – for free!

Oh and, of course, the most creative entry will win the prize. So go and #BeFreeToCreate

The winner will be chosen on Thursday 25th August 2016.
Entries close at midnight on the 24th August 2016.