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Outsourcing to freelancers is the future!

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Outsourcing has become an important part of managing a successful business; it offers the ideal combination of securing maximum expertise and minimum outlay.

In 2014 we’ve seen freelance workers contributed approximately 103bn to the UK economy in collective sales, around 3.1% of total private sector turnover and 2.8% of UK GDP. We predict that by 2020, 1 in 2 people will be working in a Freelance capacity in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Freelance workers allow companies to find the very best person for a particular job, without taxing staff with unfamiliar duties, or being forced to deal with the hassle and expense of holidays, sick pay and payroll

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