Before you hit the ground running, tool up with the right network and resources at U FSE’s Freelancer Fair, to accelerate your career as a freelancer or micro-business!
All you need to know if you are a self-employed person ~ Equip yourself with useful insights and resources curated by Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS).
If you are an aspiring entrepreneur or an early-stage startup founder, here are 3 tips that you can use effectively to bring your business ideas to fruition.
How do you pivot your business to embrace the new normal in the events industry?
How do you re-imagine your products and services in the new normal of operating business as a freelancer or self-employed person? To remain sustainable and viable in your career follow these three steps.
Do you want to learn valuable perspectives on how to recognize and seize opportunities as freelancers and self-employed professionals?
Fair's presentation slides from speakers are ready for your download to equip yourself, gained more insights and ideas from our industry veterans
to expand your business opportunities to remain sustainable in your freelancing careers.
Clearer obligations and duties foster better working relationships between businesses and SEPs, and enable SEPs to provide better services. SEPs on their part should fulfil their obligations and duties in a responsible manner.
Pocket books for persons who wish to take up work as
freelancers, self-employed persons or independent contractors
Guidebook for persons working in creative industries, in particular, freelancers with better awareness of their legal rights to support their creative endeavours.
Suffering from a payment dispute? Explore the Voluntary Mediation service as an alternative to the Small Claims Tribunal.
In partnership with the SMC, IMDA will provide subsidies to media freelancers and Singapore-registered companies to allow them to resolve their disputes through mediation at SMC, on issues such as late or non-payment for services rendered.