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The FSB is non-profit making and non-party political
The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK’s largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms. Formed in 1974, it now has 200,000 members across 33 regions and 194 branches.
Our lobbying arm – led by the Westminster Press and Parliamentary office – applies pressure on MPs, Government and Whitehall and puts the FSB viewpoint over to the media. The FSB also has Press and Parliamentary Offices in Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast to lobby the devolved assemblies. Development Managers work alongside members in our regions to further FSB influence at a regional level.
In addition, Member Services is committed to delivering a wide range of high quality, good value business services to members of the FSB. These services will be subject to continuing review and will represent a positive enhancement to the benefit of membership of the Leading Business Organisation in the UK. See the full range of FSB benefits.
A community that recognises, values and adequately rewards the endeavours of those who are self employed and small business owners within the UK
To be and remain the largest and most effective organisation promoting and protecting the interests of the self employed and small business owners within the UK.
Principal Objectives To Achieve The Mission Statement
- To recruit continuously at a high level
- To retain as many members as possible
- To promote the interests of members
- To protect members’ business
- To publicise the benefits of self-employed and business ownership
- To identify the continuously changing needs of members
Information from the FSB website on 10/03/2014
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