One of the major benefits of working as a contractor or freelancer, is the additional flexibility it offers. As technology continues to evolve, more and more professionals are moving away from traditional on-site commitments to working remotely – allowing you to connect you with clients all over the world, or even to move your base abroad.
Dreaming of a summer break in Russia watching the World Cup Final? A cycling trip around Tuscany? Or just fantasising about having more time to do the things you love with the people that matter? Maybe it’s time to shape your career around you and your life, rather than the corporate ladder.
British Banks need to wake up and start lending to the tech and service industries, or we’ll go the same way as manufacturing post Brexit.
Laura, our Operations Coordinator, takes a look at how we’ve been streamlining our data to help us fuel innovation, solve problems and focus on what is important to both our clients and our business.
Just over a year ago I made the switch from traditional accountancy, where I’d spent nine years of my career, to go online and join inniAccounts.
Our Senior Accountant Chris, takes a look at the top five benefits of cloud accounting for anyone thinking of becoming a contractor or considering moving their accounts online.
70% of consumers are now using mobile apps to manage their finances. But what does this mean for freelancers? Our Director of Customer Experience, Matt Poyser, shares his experiences.
Professional coaching is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Given that coaching in a formal manner is a fairly recent concept, this speaks volumes about the positive benefits it offers. As with any rapidly growing profession, there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there. To help you get started on the right foot, we’ve taken a look at the facts behind 8 popular coaching myths.
A recent survey revealed that 84% of coaches have been undertaking an increasing amount of work in the last two years, with 40% reporting significant growth in their client base. Coaching is on the rise on both an individual level and as a key part of big business. But it’s more than just a passing fad. We take a look at the four ways coaching is set to continue its record growth as an industry in the coming years.
As a society, our values are continually shifting. With changes in the economic climate, technology having a growing impact on our lives and an increasing focus on maintaining a healthy work/life balance – more and more people are looking to alternative careers, away from the frenetic pace of big business, to provide more flexible, meaningful and fulfilling work. Professional coaching fits the bill and is becoming one of the fastest growing business models in the world today.