Following a successful Belfast Business Hustings, FSB and Belfast Chamber call for local government to improve the environment for businesses
Tina McKenzie looks ahead to the upcoming local government elections and how councils can help small businesses flourish.
Head of External Affairs Roger Pollen, reacts to the Labour Market Report and Quarterly Employment Survey, both released today
Roger Pollen comments following the 'meaningful vote' defeat on the Government's draft Withdrawal Agreement
An article which outlines the inspiring small businesses who won at the FSB Northern Ireland Celebrating Small Business Awards on Thursday 7 March 2019
Tina McKenzie comments on the Northern Ireland Budget, which saw the Small Business Rate relief scheme continued
Head of External Affairs, Roger Pollen reflects on recent employment figures, noting that the economic landscape is far from ideal for small firms
Tina McKenzie highlights the importance of co-operation for businesses and governments throughout these islands
Tina McKenzie stresses the importance of continued rate reliefs for NI small businesses
Tina McKenzie stresses the need for progress on the North-South Interconnector
Tina McKenzie comments following the PM's speech in Belfast
Tina McKenzie comments on the latest economic figures
Tina McKenzie reflects on the recent developments at Westminster and the importance of migrant labour to the economy
Tina McKenzie comments following Withdrawal Agreement Meaningful Vote defeat
Following the publication of the Government's immigration White Paper, Tina McKenzie sets out the importance of continued access to labour.
Tina McKenzie comments on economic data released today which show a mixed picture for the NI economy.
Tina McKenzie outlines a frantic month of activity for FSB NI following the publication of the draft Withdrawal Agreement
FSB NI along with CBI NI, IOD NI and NI Chamber of Commerce say that, whilst not perfect, the draft Withdrawal Agreement is a welcome step forward.
Tina McKenzie gives the FSB NI response to the draft Withdrawal Agreement
Tina McKenzie sets out the need for our High Street and exporting businesses to be supported.