Also known as micro-businesses, describes those people who are neither employers nor employees but are businesses in their own account. Independent Professionals work across a wide breadth of industries, delivering a flexible, knowledge based service to their clients in both the private and public sectors.
“The current economic situation is crying out for innovation. In every marketplace, independent professionals are constantly stimulating ideas and those implementing them. If Europe is really going to ’think small first’, what better way is there to encourage creativity than by supporting independent professionals?” John Niland, EFIP.