Brookson are specialist accountants that provide services to contractors, freelancers and self-employed professionals. Established for over 16 years, Brookson pride themselves in being "Not Just Your Everyday accountant" as they have pioneered daily* updates of their customers key financial information - including their tax position.
Brookson are passionate about supporting the UK's flexible workforce and are proud to be sponsors of such a creative approach to getting freelancers noticed.
To find out how Brookson can help your business visit the Brookson website, or you can contact them on 0800 230 0213.
Business Development Director - Andrew has 13 years experience in supporting the accountancy needs of self employed professionals and for several years operated as a Freelance Business Consultant himself. He is harnessing his broad experience around IT, operations and business strategy by driving new products and business development for Brookson. Andrew believes passionately in the freelancing community and the positive impact it can have on the UK economy and his input is visible throughout the 7 days project.
This is Andrew's second stint into the movie making business following a recent trek to the Sahara, Andrews' video diary went (almost) viral across the charity networks.
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PCG: the voice of freelancing, is the professional association working tirelessly with government and industry to secure a level playing field for UK freelancers, contractors, interims and consultants. Our 20,000 members work across all sectors, media to IT, design to engineering, at every level – from the boardroom down.
PCG members benefit from expert representation in the event of a tax investigation, free tax and legal helplines, IR35-friendly contracts and a freelance toolkit packed with templates and resources to save time and money.
To find out how PCG can support you as an independent professional, visit www.pcg.org.uk, or you can contact them on 0208 897 9970.
Paul is Head of Commercial Development at PCG.
Prior to joining PCG, Paul was Commercial Manager for the Society of London Theatre (SOLT), where he was a regular spokesperson for UK theatre in the media as well as sitting on a number of governmental and non-governmental sector bodies. He also worked for 10 years in the publishing sector, with key players such as Harper Collins and Cambridge University Press, and spent seven years on the board of VisitLondon, a tourism promotion agency.
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