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working as a freelance entrepreneur

Working as a freelance entrepreneur via Projob


As an interim professional it is your priority to expand your network as much as possible. This also applies to customers, SMEs, and larger, national and international profit and non-profit organisations. Projob has built up a large network of these customers and can place you in interim assignments whilst enabling you to retain your independence as a freelance entrepreneur. Our focus is on the administrative sector, including, amongst other areas, financial, HR, marketing, logistics, project management and management assistant roles.

We invite you to join Projob’s extensive network!

Projob places freelance entrepreneurs in interim positions following the Intermediary Model according to the guidelines issued by the tax authorities. Projob will make an agreement with the company where the assignment is to be carried out, and with you, the freelance entrepreneur. In this way you retain the responsibility for your own invoicing and administration.

If you are self-employed, you are obliged to register with the Chamber of Commerce and the official description of your work must correspond with the assignments that Projob allocates you to. To be registered with Projob you will need to send us the following documents: 

  • An up-to-date CV
  • Certificate of registration at the Chamber of Commerce
  • References (minimum of 2)

What makes you a freelance entrepeneur?

The tax authorities determine whether you're self-employed for income tax or not.

Workshop or face-to-face meeting

If you would like to take part in a workshop or have a session with a career coach on what it takes to become a self-employed entrepreneur, please fill out our contact form