Have you ever heard of the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program? If you have a business idea that you’d like to pursue but are new to the world of entrepreneurship, you might find this interesting. Keep reading to learn more about this Erasmus grant.
If you have been keeping up with our blog, you might’ve come across our post about “Advantages & disadvantages of freelancing”. Some of the benefits include flexibility, independence, the potential for growth, and being your own boss. However, it’s not all coffee and working in pajamas. There certainly are cons, one of the largest being isolation. Lacking the coworker interaction that comes with the traditional office environment can be quite the drawback. In this blog post, we decided to dive a bit deeper into how sociability impacts productivity, specifically for freelancers.
The Czech Republic is one of the best countries in Europe to be registered as a freelancer in terms of tax benefits. In a recent post, we highlighted the main advantages and disadvantages of being a freelancer. If, after weighing up the pros and cons, you’ve decided that working as a freelancer could be just your cup of tea, and you want to do so in the Czech Republic, here’s a step-by-step guide to getting your trade license or Živnostenský list.
Meet one of our newest members, Drahomira Rezkova! She’s a translator, interpreter, and subtitler (Czech, English, French) and has worked for clients of the likes of Netflix! If you’d like to learn more about her story and this fascinating profession (or if you’re looking for a good translator), check out her interview below.
At the present moment, it’s much more common just to stay at home and get your work done, especially if you are a freelancer and you have to rely only on yourself. However, it comes with a few complications, such as no actual will to be as productive as you would like to be. While working from home, you get distracted by too many things and you can lose interest in your work because it’s normal to rest while you are at home. Or, at least, it’s supposed to be. Read more