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Working for yourself can be extremely rewarding but it can also be quite challenging. That’s why we started Crunch Chorus: a free community which has already helped tens of thousands of freelancers, contractors and small business owners.
When you join Crunch Chorus you’ll have access to a range of useful free tools and resources tailored to those who are thinking of starting out on their own, or who are already on that journey. You’ll also be the first to be invited to monthly self-employed meetups.
Looking to send invoices? Use our free invoice software. You can even store your contacts and invoices in your Crunch Chorus dashboard. If our free tool isn’t right for you, we’ve still got a range of professional and sharp invoice templates you can download and use.
We also have late-payment reminder templates designed to help tackle the all-too-common problem of chasing overdue invoices. If these still don’t get that tricky client paying up then we can even help with debt recovery.
We know from listening to our community that going it alone can be an isolating experience. Our monthly events give you the chance to chat with like-minded people and make new connections.
What are you waiting for? Join Crunch Chorus today.
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