Fed up with commuting? Or have a family? There are countless reasons why someone might switch from full-time to freelance. With self-employed workers rising, at Companies Made Simple we’re not in the business of asking “why”. We’re in the business of how. How you can become your own boss, that is.
It doesn’t matter if you’re starting out, or need extra support, the articles you’ll find below in our dedicated learning resource are tailored to put you in the driver’s seat of your career — and on the road to solo success. We have years of expertise in helping entrepreneurs, creatives, designers, writers, and many others go it alone. This means we’ve seen every kind of freelancer succeed, and our goal is to help you do the same.
If you’re ready to take the next step and form up already, the all you need to do is take a look at our company formation packages right here.
Careers in writing are ripe for making the transition into the world of freelancing. After all, who wouldn’t want to be their own boss?
The life of a developer isn’t known for being easy — but if you’ve picked this career path, you likely love a challenge. So isn’t it a relief to know that, in spite of how confusing coding can be, you know that software development is one of the most in-demand industries globally?
So you're thinking of becoming a professional dog walker? Welcome to a hectic, tumultuous, but rewarding new industry.
Your personal resolve to keep up that workout routine might be fading, but it’s never too late to make achievable resolutions for your small business! Anytime is an excellent time to review your progress in the previous year, and think about what goals you want to achieve in the coming years.
Even if Halloween isn't here, it’s understandable to be fearful - who knows what ghouls and ghosts lurk in the darkness? In this blog post, we’re looking at a far more realistic threat - company fraud.
Business dictionary.com define an entrepreneur as “Someone who exercises initiative by organizing a venture to take benefit of an opportunity” This might describe what an entrepreneur is - but is there a set of qualities that an individual needs to become one?
The good old rat race. Work 9-5, Monday to Friday, enjoy the weekend and then repeat.
Got a money-making idea but not sure what to do next? No problem!
When the subject of company formation comes up the image of suits and conventional offices might come to mind. After all, for so long businesses have been associated with formalities - and companies exist to drive revenue.