Whether you're interested in the smaller business community, are planning to start a business or have an existing business, we have a package for you.
Our most popular package is FSB Business Essentials which includes a whole range of benefits and products designed to make your business fly
A suite of legal benefits including a dedicated helpline, bundled insurance products and a range of online information to keep your business safe. Plus a whole range of negotiated benefits to help save you money and win business.
Our Business Creation package is designed to make starting a business simpler, allowing you time to focus on what's important - making it a success.
Specialist company formation benefits, access to FSB networking, business banking and a range of products to help get you setup in business.
Joining FSB Connect is free and is a great way to be part of the FSB Community and have your voice heard.
You'll be able to access specialist networking events with like-minded members of the community and have your say in our Big Voice survey panel.
Whatever your circumstances, we have a package to suit you and your business. Click the button below to see which benefits are included in each package and start your FSB journey.
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We represent a diverse range of businesses from retailers to marketing agencies and just about everything in between. Take a look at more member stories and see how we could help your business fly.
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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.
Working with the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) the FSB has taken a closer look at the function of LEPs and produced a number of recommendations for how they can work better for small businesses.
In this detailed report Professor David Pickernell examines how a Small Business Administration could function in Wales.
This consultation provides the FSB’s views on the Scottish Government’s cyber resilience strategy. The FSB calls for a safe and secure commercial environment for small businesses.
The FSB responds to a consultation welcoming the potential contribution a Small Business Commissioner might make to help change the culture of poor contractual practices within supply chains and to enable small businesses to resolve contractual disputes quickly and easily. This contribution will be determined by the level of powers and resources provided.
The FSB has submitted a response to the CMA’s consultation around the assessment of branches as a barrier to entry and expansion within the retail banking market.
The FSB has responded to a consultation on the Government's proposal to remove pre-accreditation and pre-registration from the feed-in-tarriff scheme
The FSB has contributed to the consultation on remedies to facilitate widespread energy market engagement by domestic and micro-business customers.
This report examines the build cost for smaller residential schemes.
The FSB and the UK Crowdfunding Association outline five steps to help you successfully
crowdfund for your business.
This consultation provides the FSB’s views on the Scottish Parliament’s consultation on Work, Wages and Wellbeing in the Scottish Labour Market. The FSB gives an overview of small businesses contribution to the Scottish labour market and calls for the establishment of a robust measure of job quality.
Scottish small business confidence has cooled in the third quarter of 2015. The proportion of small firms reporting revenue growth has fallen back, although it remains the case that more have seen their turnover rise than fall. More positively, the report shows that recruitment and investment intentions have remained firm and credit conditions appear to be easing.
This new report explores recent research by the FSB on severe weather and small businesses. It provides recommendations on how small businesses can be more resilient to severe weather events.
The FSB consultation response to the BIS Trust and Transparency Team on the public disclosure of information from the Persons of Significant Control register.
The FSB has responded to a consultation on Smart Meters.
This paper starts from the premise that too many small businesses in the UK are unable to access fixed and mobile broadband services that are 'fit for purpose' and meet their commercial needs. Lack of access reduces productivity, stifles innovation and restricts the ability of British firms to grow and compete in global markets.
This consultation provides the FSB’s views on the Scottish Parliament’s proposals for a Lobbying Transparency Bill. The FSB believes that the introduction of a publicly available register of lobbyists is unnecessary and is not in keeping with the key principles of better regulation.
In the third quarter of 2015, confidence is cooling for small firms but figures remain in positive territory.
In this June 2015 response to the National Assembly Enterprise and Business Committee's discussion on the Welsh Government's Co-investment in Skills Framework, we highlight issues such as the need to ensure a financially sustainable skills system in Wales, which finds a balance between government, employer and individual responsibility for skills development.
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