14/06/2016

Applications Open For Small Business 100

Applications are now open for small business owners interested in being part of this year's Small Biz 100, ahead of this year's Small Business Saturday.

Each day for the 100 days leading up to Small Business Saturday on 03 December 2016, one member of the 100 will be profiled across the campaign's social media feeds and presented to their local, regional, national and sector-specific media. They will also be invited to take part in Small Business Saturday events throughout the year.
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Now in its fourth year, Small Business Saturday campaigns to promote small businesses. In 2015 an estimated £623 million was spent with small businesses across the UK on Small Business Saturday itself. UK's small businesses between them provide 60% of private sector jobs and nearly 50% of private sector turnover. The theme for this year is "Small Business, Big Difference".

Apply to be a part of the Small Biz 100 registering online.

Applications will close on 30 June 2016.

(MH)

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