Your local team
One of the unique benefits of joining the FSB is the local support we provide to our members through our team of dedicated staff and volunteers located in every region across the UK.
Living and working locally ensures they are not only part of the local business community but also understand the unique issues facing small businesses in each part of the country. We meet business owners, council leaders, MPs and many other stakeholders on a daily basis to ensure the voice of small businesses is represented in your town or city. Equally important, our local teams also organise events, seminars and exhibitions to allow business owners to develop strong local networks within their communities.
If you’d like to contact any of our local team about local issues, events, media enquiries or opportunities our Operational Support Co-Ordinators are your first point of call. If you have a question about FSB membership or your member benefits our Customer Services team are ready and waiting to take your call.
Select your area from the options below to get started.
East Anglia | Beds, Cambs & Herts
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The FSB Essex Female Entrepreneurs Meetup is back! This virtual networking aims to celebrate #Essex #womeninbusiness & raise the visibility of women succeeding in business. Hosted by Lizzie Cheeld guest speaker is Adelle Martin @coach_executive Book here: fsb.org.uk/event-calendar…
How is Brexit impacting your business? Join us for this national webinar along with our panel of speakers where we will examine the key issues affecting all businesses and consumers four months after the transition. 22 April 5-6pm Book here: fsb.org.uk/event-calendar… @FSBEssex
Events in the East of England Region
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