We want all kinds of small businesses to get involved, so know that whether you are a family business, local shop, online business, wholesaler, business service or small manufacturer, Small Business Saturday is supporting you! For all the ways you can get involved, check out the links below:
Show your support for Small Business Saturday and encourage others to get involved. For all the ways you can get involved, check out the links below:
Are you a trade body, membership organisation, BID or local business network? Show your support for Small Business Saturday and encourage others to get involved! For all the ways you can get involved, check out the links below:
Our Inspire Series is a programme of free talks and workshops covering a whole range of topics to inspire and support start-ups or existing small businesses.
You can attend a workshop local to you (tickets are all free!) but all workshops will also be live-streamed with Twitter Q&A so that you can take part wherever you are in the UK. All content will also be available post-event on our YouTube Channel.
The next Inspire Series workshop is:
Title: Public Speaking: Learn, Practice and Master
Date: Monday, June 13, 2016
Time: 18:30 - 20:00
Host: Ingrid Marsh, Women With Voices
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
Starting out at John O’Groats on the 1st of November 2015 and finishing at Land’s End on the 27th, the Small Business Saturday bus tour travelled the length of the country. On the way, it met some great small businesses and spread the word about the campaign.
The bus also travelled to all four corners of the UK; Dunnet Head (North), Belleek (West), Lowestoft (East) and The Lizard (South), visiting some famous landmarks on the way. From famous bridges such as the Forth and Humber to towering sculptures like the Kelpies and the Angel of The North.
As well as meeting some truly fabulous businesses, the Small Business Saturday Team:
The team look forward to hitting the road again in 2016 - watch this space for details!
The Small Biz 100 highlights 100 small businesses, one a day for the 100 days leading up to Small Business Saturday.
For the last three years, the 100 have not only received exposure on our social media channels and in the local press, but also joined the Small Business Saturday team in London at receptions in both Downing Street and The Treasury Drum with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne.
The applications for 2016’s Small Biz 100 will open in June, follow Facebook and Twitter for more updates. In the meantime, why not get to know some of the Small Biz 100 Alumni featured on the calendar in 2015.