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Gentle reminder letter
The first of 3 letters to send to chase a client who is late to make payment.
Follow up letter
After sending the gentle reminder letter, use this two weeks later to chase a client who is still late to make payment.
Final demand letter
After sending the follow up letter, use this 1 week later to chase a client who still has not made payment.
Be your own boss
The way we work has gone through a major revolution. You no longer have to belong to a big firm to be taken seriously, or to be thought of as having a “proper job”.
Understand the basic steps to get going and what you need to get your freelance career moving.
So that’s the basics taken care of. Now you need to earn some money.
Once you have found some clients or agencies willing to engage your services, you need to manage the relationship smoothly so that you deliver excellent value and the client is happy to pay you for it.
After you have one or two projects under your belt you’ll be getting the hang of how it all works. This is the time to take a step back to work out where you can tweak things to design a truly slick operation.
When an entrepreneur goes to a venture capitalist for funding, one of the key questions they get asked is ‘what is your exit strategy’.
Before you begin
A guide to winning work, all you need to know before you begin.
Guide to generating freelance work
One of the key challenges you’ll face as a freelancer is finding a sustainable pipeline of work. So, it’s important that you put the right planning and effort into your business development.
A guide to winning work and GDPR
Follow our tips for effective ways to contact potential clients.
Insurance for start-ups
Insurance means peace of mind. You may not need every type of insurance, but you do need to consider them all when starting a new business