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First Steps to Freelancing

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

For artists, designers, photographer, arts professionals and creatives to learn about how to set up as self-employed


Are you an artist or designer who wishes to know about how to set up in
business, and learn about the benefits of becoming a freelancer? Did you
know for instance that you can be employed and be self-employed at the same
time? If you sell work or need to gain commissions or run workshops on an
ongoing basis you need to gain legal trading status. But don't panic! This
course will give you an overview of; where to find sources of support, how
to write a business plan, gain funding, and identify a market for you
artwork and skills. Other topics covered include raising awareness of legal
issues, how to keep records, financial matters, taxation, and invoicing. By
the end of the course you will have gained the confidence and tools to take
your first steps to freelancing.


Speaker(s):

Ms Alison Branagan | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

10 October 2005 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Central Saint Martins
Southampton Row
London
WC1B 4AP
020 7514 7015
http://www.csm.arts.ac.uk
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Organised by:

Arts and Enterprise
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Tickets:

£ 210

Available from:

Tel: 020 7514 7015 or email
shortcourse@csm.arts.ac.uk

Additional Information:

Visit www.alisonbranagan.com for fact sheets and more information about enterprise and the creative industries

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