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Go Solo: 5 tips from University of Suffolk

Universities. They know a thing or two, don't they? In this case, UCS knows five very good things about what it takes to Go Solo.

Go Solo: 5 tips from Browser Media

Browser Media are our kind of agency. Their nonsense-free approach means everyone knows where they stand. Here's their take on what it takes to Go Solo.

Go Solo: 5 tips from That’s Brave

What does a bonkers creative agency have to say about freelancing? Some surpriingly sober stuff, as it happens. Here's That's Brave on how to Go Solo.

Go Solo: 5 tips from Larking Gowen

How could you not want to hear what one of the UK's top 50 accountancy firms has to say about starting a business? Great advice here from Larking Gowen.

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Go Solo: 5 tips from Travel Counsellors

If the Go Solo road to self-employed success is fraught with twists, turns and nasty potholes, these tips from Travel Counsellors can help get you there.

Go Solo: 5 tips from Ashtons Legal

Not getting the legal stuff in place when starting a business probably isn't a shortcut you should take. As part of Go Solo, Ashtons Legal explain why.

Go Solo: 5 tips from Ensors Accountants

Money, money, money. No business can survive without it. Ensors Accountants know it, and much more besides. Here are their top 5 going solo advice tips.

Go Solo: 5 tips from Arya Candles

As part of our Go Solo extravaganza, here's Lina from business startup Arya Candles with her top five tips for going self-employed.

Go Solo: advice and support for graduate freelancers

Interested in going freelance? Come to 'Go Solo' at UCS Ipswich for advice from experts in law, finance, marketing and insurance on what to do next.

From graduate to freelancer part 4: Getting paid

Time for the fourth and final part of our 'Graduate to freelancer' series. Here are some tips to help graduate freelancers get paid on time. 

From graduate to freelancer part 3: Attracting the right clients

Our guest blogger, Ben Parkinson, is back to talk about how to attract the right sort of clients: the ones who'll love your work, and pay promptly. 

From graduate to freelancer part 2: Building your network

Graduate freelancers can't underestimate the importance of building a strong network. This guest post provides some valuable tips on doing just that.