The FSB London Team press coverage is outlined below:
Steve Warwick, London Regional Chairman, FSB, urges the Chancellor to extend the national insurance holiday to include small firms in London.
The FSB says parking restrictions need to be changed in order to protect struggling shops' future.
Steve Warwick, London Regional Chairman, FSB, writes that more still needs to be done to support small businesses
Supporting Small Businesses, p8
The FSB is encouraging Councils to condsider the damage that parking increases and lack of footfall does to the local economy.
Sue Terpilowski, FSB London Policy Chair comments on the 'drive towards sexual equality'.
Protection is vital if small businesses are to prosper.
Read a letter by Steve Warwick about the importance of education and business partnerships
In a new FSB report The Apprenticeship Journey, 69% of small business says they want 'a greater emphasis on employability skills in schools.
Matthew Jaffa, FSB Senior Development Manager discusses why London's small businesses want Boris Johnson's help to expand.
Exempt small business from NI to create jobs, says think tank
Paul Kelly, West London Branch Chairman, quoted about the Harrow Means Business Event to support entrepreneurs
Read The FSB London Regional Chairman's comments on the need for the National Insurance Holiday to extend to London businesses
Three London Councils support FSB drive to access funds to support a difficult London Games
FSB London Regional Chairman encouraging councils to follow simple steps to positive procurement practices
Small firms are creating 88% of jobs according to FSB statistics
Credit conditions stunt small business growth
Tottenham market traders get boost from the Mayor
Providing vital business support
School leavers are not ready for work
Councils need to help small businesses more
Come on, give us some backing
Small firms key to boosting economy
Still waiting for riots pay-out one year on
Businesses uncertain about the readiness of school leavers for work
Most school leavers are not ready for work, say businesses
FSB calls to make CompeteFor permanent tender process
Olympics leads to increase in card spending
Poll: How have the Olympics affected your small business?
FSB London calls on London Councils to fight for a "2012 Business Fund" to help businesses adversely affected by the London 2012 Games
Local businesses dismayed at considerable loss of trade due to Olympic Games disruption
MP Lynne Featherstone Behind the Counter at Independent Chemist
Q. Does free parking really benefit the high street?
Small businesses are #open4biz
London Policy Chairman, Sue Terpilowski talking about generating business during and after the 2012 Games
London 2012: Small firms face 'unforgiving' Games Lanes
Three of London's town centres to get the Mary Portas treatment
London's firms suffer a drop in confidence
Wards Corner Finally Passed
A game-changer for Statford
FSB proposes National Insurance holiday
The FSB welcomes the latest injection of £50bn by the Bank of England into the economy
Olympics Daily - 15 days to go
Compensate 38% of SMEs who say games will have detrimental effect
Borough's brilliant businesses recognised at awards
MP supports campaign to help local businesses
The Shard could price SMEs out of central London
Businesses still unprepared for the Games
MP supports campaign for small firms
John Cryer MP for Leyton and Wanstead supports FSB campaign for small firms
To help small firms hire apprentices the Mayor of London has announced £6m from the government to offer a cash incentive of £1,500
More than 700 visitors and 90 exhibitors flocked to the Warren, in Hayes, for the second annual Bromley Expo
Is your firm prepared for the Olympics?
Expo experts are big help to small firms
Unemployment falls by 20,000 in London
Leyton: MP backs small business campaign
Quarter of London firms "refused credit by banks"
Businesses get to grips with Olympic challenges
MEP backs federation calls to cut business red tape
London comes to London in online domain shake-up
London's bid for domain name confirmed
Dartford Crossing Tolls up again!
More 'stop and shop' parking bays are needed in Hounslow to help struggling traders, the FSB has claimed
Boris urges small firms to take on apprentices
Vince Cable launches £200m business scheme
Nationwide to enter SME lending market
Sainsbury's set to take over Wards Corner store in Tottenham
The FSB wants the mayor to deliver on manifesto commitments
Diamond Jubilee celebrations 'could hamper economic recovery'
Queen's Speech: Split retail and investment arms of banks
Federation of Small Businesses calls for Boris Johnson to deliver a business agenda
Mayoral candidate, Siobhan Benita, becomes a 'champion of micro businesses'
FSB 'Liverpool-London' networking hailed a success
Discussions at GLA hustings hosted by Raul Mancera, Chairman of London North East Branch
FSB sponsored London Assembly Hustings begin in Croydon and Sutton
TfL Olympic/Paralympic travel hotspot 'information' get a welcome from the FSB
FSB London senior development manager Matthew Jaffa said: "London has seen a bit of a boost with an export-led recovery"
London 2012: Companies can make out-of-hours deliveries during the Olympic Games
FSB economic outlook data quoted
FSB comments on businesses planning for the Olympics
Boris promises £35m fund for London firms
London SMEs 'could defer £165m in business rates'
Sue Terpilowski, London policy chairman comments on night-time deliveries given the go-ahead during Olympics and Paralympics
MP pledges to do the business to support small companies
FSB members get MP to become a 'real life entrepreneur' champion
Plans to provide a sustained boost for the high street
MEP agrees to champion smaller firms
Matthew Jaffa, Senior Development Manager says "small businesses in London can ill afford to go without fuel"
The FSB discuss the outcomes of the Breedon Report calling for a Business Finance Advice Network
The FSB talking about businesses relocating from the East End
FSB comments on the value of government contracts awarded to SMEs having doubled
Read FSB comments in reaction to Vince Cable's view on banks.
Sarah Ludford MEP embraces our recent FSB London report to push the small business agenda for London
Investment Adviser - 28 February 2012
Small firms in London have been resilient
London Loves Business - 28 February 2012
Make relaxed night time delivery rules an Olympic legacy, says FSB
Mail Online - 27 February 2012
FSB Comments on London 2012 Contracts
PR Week - 24 February 2012
Burson-Marsteller and Federation of Small Businesses launch Brand Academy
London Evening Standard - 22 February 2012
FSB calls for action over "cripplingly high" interest rates.
London Loves Business - 20 February 2012
Matthew Jaffa, Senior Development Manager, discussing how George Osborne could help London businesses take on more staff by expanding the National Insurance Contributions holiday
LBC News - 16 February 2012
Matthew Jaffa, Senior Development Manager, discusses the issue of business crime which is costing them £3,000 per year.
London Loves Business - 14th February 2012
Falling inflation provides encouragement for small businesses
FSB discuss the recent Small business lending figures
BBC News London - 7 February 2012 - Inside The Games - 7 February 2012
London 2012: US firm to print Olympic tickets
BBC News London - 7 February 2012
Matthew Jaffa, Senior Development Manager, discussing Olympic contracts
Orpington News - 19 Jan 2012
Small firms and traders featured have the backing of the FSB
The Evening Standard - 23rd January 2012
Matthew Jaffa, Senior Development Manager, discusses small business' views on employment
South London Press - 19th January 2012
Steve Warwick, London Regional Chairman, discusses confidence amongst small businesses in London
East London Series - 13th January 2012
Waltham Forest Council are continuing to pay small businesses late. The FSB comments
London Loves Business - 9th January 2012
The FSB is concerned by the London 2012 legacy impacts on small businesses
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