Business Guides - Working From Home
Travelling offers a number of benefits, from providing inspiration to meeting new people. So we have bought you a guide on the benefits of travelling while freelancing for freelancers.
The Netherlands is the best place in Europe to work on a remote basis for remote freelance workers, study finds. Looking at various factors such as cost of living and number of co-working spaces, the top ten countries to remote work in were determined.
The internet has opened up the opportunity and made it easier to set up and run a business from home. This guide explains what businesses you can do from home, that requires little to no qualifications.
We have entered a transcendent age where technology is at the forefront of everything we do. This has transformed multiple business processes, including the conventional office environment.
Find out whether working from home will suit you or not, before you make the leap.
One of the biggest problems for any freelancer is when clients don’t pay their invoices. It’s likely you’ve already invested time and sometimes money into the project. You may have even turned down other opportunities.
The article highlights tools and organisation for freelancers, the preparation before a project, places to work and presentation of the final product/project.
Homeworking brings with it many considerations, including organising your home office area, maximising productivity, routines and tax implications.
Top tips on the pitfalls and rewards of starting up at home.
Just for the low overheads, the majority of freelancers base themselves at home, travelling to client site as and when needed.
Ideas for disciplining yourself if you struggle on the motivation front.
Top tips at managing a good work-life balance whilst working from home on a freelance basis.