Entrepreneurs, sole proprietors and freelancers are also welcome as TAKU members. Various forms of entrepreneurship have always been a popular way to utilize one’s own expertise in the fields of art and culture. Lately, entrepreneurship for creative vocations has been facing extensive growth. Your job title may be sole proprietor, entrepreneur or freelancer, but all of these are characterized by people becoming responsible for their own employment.

The entrepreneurs and sole proprietors have a fixed annual membership fee, which offers them for almost all the same member benefits as received by the salary-earning members. They will obtain their unemployment fund’s membership separately through, for instance, The Unemployment Fund for Entrepreneurs and the Self-Employed AYT.