First came the TUC saying on BBC's Newsnight people were only choosing self-employment as they couldn't find a job.
Then came the Centre for Policy Studies with its claim that the self-employed should not be considered entrepreneurs as 'they do not generally seek to shoulder the role of an entrepreneur, driving innovation, challenging the status quo and going for strong business growth.'
Now The Entrepreneurs' Alliance wants to set the record straight. We are making the case for the self-employed.
The case is this:
We plan to continue celebrating the millions of self-employed who are starting businesses and benefiting from the flexible and financial benefits this brings.
For the significant contribution you are making to economy and society, we salute you.
The Entrepreneurs' Alliance
*Enterprise Nation Happiness and Health Survey, February 2014
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