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We offer three packages to suit your business needs. Joining FSB Connect is free, our Business Essentials package starts at £177 in the first year and our specialist Business Creation package has a fixed price of £133.
The Manifesto aims to focus on 4 key areas that impact on the London micro and small business sector:
Our members have made it very clear that there are many things they expect the next Mayor of London to focus on from day one after the election. Over half (56%) say that property costs require urgent reform. The spiralling cost of these two items is a significant barrier to growth and we are starting to see a ‘flight from the centre’ of established independent small businesses – exactly the type of business that makes London such as special place and tourists seek out. It is not just a matter of relocating to cheaper premises; higher costs ultimately lead to lower (or non-existent) growth, less investment in the business, fewer jobs, difficulties retaining good staff and general uncertainty for the small business owner.
Micro and small businesses – whether long established or just starting out – are a vital part of the London scene. Not just as drivers for growth, but as the glue that holds communities together. This is as relevant in central London as it is in our outer boroughs.
We encourage policymakers and practitioners and businesses to read the manifesto – to begin the debate and say proudly #ibacksmallbusiness
Sue Terpilowski OBE
London Policy Chairman
Federation of Small Businesses
To download the Full Manifesto please click here
1 www.gov.uk/government/statistics/business-population-estimates-2014. Figures quoted for
businesses with 0–49 employees.