Alison Grade - Author, The Freelance Bible

Alison describes her key skill as transforming creative concepts into a buinsess reality. She accomplishes this with the films she produces, the creative entrepreneus she mentors, SMEs and freelancers she advises and in her recently published book, The Freelance BIble (Penguin).

Alison Grade is founder of the company Mission Accomplished, a consultancy that offers training, mentoring and strategic advice to start-ups and established SMEs principally in the creative industries. She is a NESTA-accredited creative enterprise trainer and has delivered international programmes in association with the British Council. Her first book, The Freelance Bible – Everything you need to go solo in any industry - is published by Penguin.

Praise for The Freelance Bible:

"Demystifies what it means to be a freelancer." Barbara Broccoli, OBE

"Finally! The book that millions of people have been crying out for. An empowering guide to how to use your work to achieve independence, inspiration and - crucially - balance" Bruce Daisley, author of The Joy of Work and VP Twitter.

"If you have talent and passion, this is a very practical guide to turning that into a career." Mike Southon, co-author of The Beermat Entrepreneur and Entrepreneur-in-residence, Cass Business School.

Alison describes her key skill as transforming creative concepts into a buinsess reality. She accomplishes this with the films she produces, the creative entrepreneus she mentors, SMEs and freelancers she advises and in her recently published book, The Freelance BIble (Penguin).

Alison Grade is founder of the company Mission Accomplished, a consultancy that offers training, mentoring and strategic advice to start-ups and established SMEs principally in the creative industries. She is a NESTA-accredited creative enterprise trainer and has delivered international programmes in association with the British Council. Her first book, The Freelance Bible – Everything you need to go solo in any industry - is published by Penguin.

Praise for The Freelance Bible:

"Demystifies what it means to be a freelancer." Barbara Broccoli, OBE

"Finally! The book that millions of people have been crying out for. An empowering guide to how to use your work to achieve independence, inspiration and - crucially - balance" Bruce Daisley, author of The Joy of Work and VP Twitter.

"If you have talent and passion, this is a very practical guide to turning that into a career." Mike Southon, co-author of The Beermat Entrepreneur and Entrepreneur-in-residence, Cass Business School.