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We offer three packages to suit your business needs. Joining FSB Connect is free, our Business Essentials package starts at £172.50 in the first year and our specialist Business Creation package has an introductory price of £99 in the first year.
Historic vote to amend the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill means major reforms for pub landlords
Reacting to the Government''s announcement about new measures to control pub companies, John Allan, FSB National Chairman shares his thoughts.
Exclusive independent research from the FSB shows pub landlords want to call time on the big pub owning companies (pubcos) that own them and want to be free of the tie.
On Monday, 01 July 2013 around 30 business owners gathered for the second Beermat Monday at the Grade II-listed Baltic Fleet.
Publicans unanimously call for more choice for their customers according to new research published today by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Almost seven in 10 tenanted pubs think a new Code of Practice brought in to give them a fairer deal will not improve their relationships with the Pub Companies (Pubcos) that own them, new figures from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) show.
Small business leaders have called time on the sharp practices of pub companies across Wales. The Federation of Small Businesses said there was no reason why pub-goers should be paying up to 45p too much for their pint of beer.
Essex FSB is urging 100 publicans across the county to take advantage of a new campaign aimed at giving them a helping hand during the current economic downturn.
One in eight tied pubs are struggling to survive, hit hard by inflated prices of beer imposed on them by the Pub Company (Pubco) that owns them, according to a new report by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Britain’s leading small business organisation is calling time on the beer tie imposed by pub companies (pubcos) on landlords.
The FSB, the grassroots lobby group for small businesses, revealed today that 58 per cent of the 180,000 license-holders in England and Wales have so far failed to submit applications to renew their alcohol licenses.
Deadline for conversion of currently held licences - 6th August 2005.
Do you sell/serve alcohol? If so, you need a personal license from 6 August in order to contiue doing so!
The FSB revealed today that it has written to Licensing Minister, James Purnell, to complain that the new licensing regime penalises small pubs and businesses that do not make the bulk of their profit from alcohol.
The FSB has welcomed today’s Trade and Industry Select Committee report as a shot across the bows of pub companies but is disappointed that it under-estimates the unfairness of the relationship between pubcos and their licensees.
Drinkers could be paying 45p too much for their pint of beer because pub companies (pubcos) are creaming off huge profits from neighbourhood pubs according to the Federation of Small Businesses.
Pub companies are creaming off huge profits from neighbourhood pubs leaving their licensees to survive on earnings less than the minimum wage, according to FSB evidence to be submitted to a committee of MPs this week.
Snippets of information from the FSB’s point of view
The Federation Small Businesses has today presented a submission to the Director General of Fair Trading requesting an investigation into the market for the resale of beer through licensed outlets.
National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses LimitedSir Frank Whittle Way / Blackpool / FY4 2FE. National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses Limited (FSB) is registered in England, number 1263540