FSB Northern Ireland presented an oral briefing to members of the Northern Ireland Executive's Economy Committee today. The briefing presented evidence that incorporated an overview of FSB members in Northern Ireland alongside FSB commissioned research conducted by Ulster Business School on The Contribution of Small Businesses to Northern Ireland which comprehensively sets out the extent to which SMEs in Northern Ireland are the driving force of the local economy. The research then was directly utilised to establish recommendations within FSB's Northern Ireland Assembly Manifesto 2016; Realising the Potential of Small Businesses in Northern Ireland. FSB went on to expand on the issues that members are currently experiencing, in particular Planning, Late Payments and Regulation. Lobbying & Campaigning from FSB Find out more You may also like 17 October 2018 Green Great Britain Week: Grn Sportswear 11 October 2018 How being more FSB can enrich lives and enhance business 19 September 2018 #ThinkSelfEmployed blog: Freedom or Shackles? 12 April 2018 AGM results 2018 13 April 2017 Weekly Brief 15 – Thursday 13 April 2017 30 March 2016 Are you ready for the new National Living Wage?