Helping smaller businesses achieve their ambitions
FSB service partners deliver products and services built from the ground-up to help you spend more time focusing on running your business. From legal advice to business banking, we’ve got you covered.
(Pictured - FSB Member Maggie Ogunbanwo - Maggie's Exotic Foods)
Whether you are looking to take a payment, recover a debt or find funding to grow your business we can help provide a solution. Our bargaining power means that we can negotiate a better deal through either an exclusive deal or preferential rates.
(Pictured - FSB Member Stefano Cuomo - Macknade Fine Foods Ltd)
Our award-winning quarterly magazine and website First Voice features relevant articles, guides and the legal updates to keep you abreast of the small business news.
(Pictured - FSB Member Jemma Fairclough-Haynes - Orchard Employment Law)
Learn new skills through partners such as Facebook and Google to help build your Business. Watch free on-demand webinars at a time that suits you or attend our masterclasses in person with early access and discounts for FSB members.
(Pictured - FSB Member Sue Tonks - HydroVeg Kits)
Meet other members near you at one of our regular local networking events and link in with FSB volunteers and staff.
(Pictured - FSB Connect Networking - South East Region)
When you have a question, it can be hard to find an answer you can trust. FSB members can find answers when they need them with our online legal hub. With thousands of free to download templates and documents, we’ve got you covered from accident reporting to zero-hour contracts.
(Pictured - FSB Member Denis Pinto - Caledonian Flow Systems Ltd)
With over 5 million small businesses in the UK, your voice needs to be heard. Our collective voice allows us to interact with local MPs and governments on a scale not possible for individual members or groups to achieve alone. Together, we are stronger.
(Pictured - FSB Member Peter Whelan - Infonote Datasystems Ltd)
You might be self-employed but that doesn’t mean going it alone. Our members run small businesses across all sectors but all have faced the same issues. Share your experiences on social media with other members and find out how others have overcome them.
(Pictured - FSB Members Michael and Anita Brakewell - Blackpool Model Village)
Our field staff live and work across every region and area of the UK providing local knowledge and support. Along with a group of engaged local volunteers, make your voice heard and help make change happen for you and your business community.
(Pictured - FSB Member Kerry Smith - The Warehouse Health Club)
We’ve been proudly not-for-profit and member led since 1974. We have no shareholders and all of our income from member subscriptions goes back into making our services and voice the best they can be.
(Pictured - FSB members Matthew Wray and Emma Steed - Nature's Pantry)
It's really important to have a network of peers around you, FSB can give you that
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