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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 a fixed price of £129.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is seriously concerned by the exclusion of businesses from the Government’s flood insurance programme.
The FSB is once again stepping in to help flood-stricken firms and reminding them that finance is available.
The FSB and Dell have joined forces to help small businesses hit by the recent flooding to buy new IT equipment at reduced rates
The FSB has welcomed the announcement by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to offer tax assistance to those businesses affected by the recent flooding
Weekly Brief 30 - 27th July 2007
The Federation of Small Businesses has welcomed OFWAT’s decision regarding Thames Water. Rather than fine them up to £140m, OFWAT has ordered them to spend £150m to cut their leaks. OFWAT has also reduced Thames Water’s leakage target for future ye
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today warned water companies to act proportionately when implementing drought orders so that small businesses are not disproportionately affected.
As water companies seek permission to introduce drought orders, the threat to many small businesses that depend on constant water supplies is becoming clear.
The Federation of Small Businesses in Scotland reacted angrily to the Water Industry Commission’s Final Determination of Charges for 2006-10.
The Federation of Small Businesses is to hold a second General Election Candidate Question Time in Derry on Thursday 28th April, 7.30pm at the City Hotel, Derry.
Responding to Finance Minister Ian Pearson’s views on Water Charges in a DFP press release issued today, the FSB has described his arguments over Water Charging as ‘flawed’
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The Federation of Small Businesses has today rejected the proposals for non-domestic water charges as outlined this morning by Direct Rule Minister, John Spellar.
The Federation of Small Businesses has called upon the Government to scrap plans for Water Charges in Northern Ireland. Its call came after last night’s meeting of the FSB NI Policy Committee, which discussed the Governments plans in detail.
The FSB breathed a sigh of relief over water increases – but warned that many bills will still go up by 10% next year.
With massive price hikes looming on the horizon, the FSB is calling on the government’s water regulator, Ofwat, to reel in the water companies.
The Federation of Small Businesses today presented Environment and Rural Development Minister Ross Finnie MSP with a package of measures to ease the burden of the recent massive increases in water bills on small businesses.
Commenting after meeting with Environment and Rural Development Minister Ross Finnie MSP, Federation of Small Businesses Scottish Policy Convener Andy Willox said, "It was an encouraging meeting, and we are pleased that the Minister appears to have u
Balancing act: John Downie on another dismal forecast (Sunday Herald Article 10 August 2003)
Small business owners whose livelihoods are at risk due to the serious floods have been thrown a £140,000 lifeline by the Federation of Small Businesses.
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