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Late last month we announced the launch of the second edition of Going Solo, a conference for freelancers, due to take place in September, in the British city of Leeds. The first edition was a treasure-trove of pragmatic advice, how-tos and round-table discussion on the life […]

Late last month we announced the launch of the second edition of Going Solo, a conference for freelancers, due to take place in September, in the British city of Leeds.

The first edition was a treasure-trove of pragmatic advice, how-tos and round-table discussion on the life of a freelance employee. Sadly, organizer Stephanie Booth has had to cancel the event for a number of reasons.

However, the conference will live on as a free, half-day unconference – Solo Camp – taking place on the same date, at the same venue and with several of the original speakers volunteering to drop by.

Find out more at the Solo Camp wiki…

(Disclosure: I’ve been advising Stephanie in an unpaid, unofficial capacity!)

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