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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 Water Act received Royal Assent in May 2014 and is designed to address a range of challenges faced by the water and sewerage sector in England. This briefing outlines the FSB's position on the Water Act and market reform in England.
The FSB responds to this consultation by the BRE on a Small Business Appeals Champion and non-economic regulators consultation.
The latest Small Business Index shows a growing skills shortage in the workplace. Now identified as a significant barrier to growth for small firms, almost one third (29.9%) of those surveyed report skills shortages as hampering growth, with construction and computer services particularly hard hit.
The FSB consultation response to the Better Regulation Delivery Office on why regulators should have a growth duty.
The FSB consultation response to the Better Regulation Delivery Office on the creation and monitoring of a Regulators' Code.
FSB response to a March 2014 Department of Business, Innovation and Skills consultation into zero hours employment contracts.
This policy handbook outlines the FSB's position on key business issues.
This is the FSB's consultation response in February to Ofgem's proposals for non domestic automatic contract rollovers and contract renewals.
In this report the FSB calls on the Government to give small, and especially micro businesses the same level of consumer protection when drafting legislation as domestic customers.
The latest Small Business Index shows an increasing number of firms want to create jobs in the next three months. This marks the third consecutive quarter of job creation and provides yet more signs that confidence is returning and that momentum behind economic growth is being maintained.
This report examines technology and the small business sector.
The UK's small firms are showing increasing optimism for 2014 as businesses remain positive about the economic outlook. Latest research suggests small firms want to grow their business and find access to finance a little easier, according to the Quarter 4.
Extensive new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) shows that 58 per cent more of the money spent by local authorities with small firms is re-spent in the local economy compared to that spent with large businesses in the same area.
Summary document of the Local procurement, making the most of small businesses, one year on.
Following the optimism in the previous two quarters of 2013, confidence rose to the highest level seen since the Small Business Index began in 2010. Confidence stood at +33.5, up from 15.9 reported in Q2. Confidence rose in most sectors and regions.
The FSB brings you the 'Voice of Small Business' Member Survey ' the largest of its kind. It takes a unique insight into issues affecting micro and small businesses in the UK.
If more of its members took the plunge to export for the first time, £792 million could be added to the economy annually according to a new report from the FSB on exporting.
This short paper provides recommendations on the reforms of the GCSE system.
Confidence among small businesses rose to its highest level in three years according to the second quarter, rising from 6.3 in Q1 to 15.9 in Q2. Confidence rose across most sectors and in all regions of the UK. The FSB wants to see the Chancellor use the spending review later this month to build on this optimism.
A discussion paper looking at the evolution of UK enterprise policy offering comparison to other countries, such as the KfW in Germany and the Small Business Administration in the US.