Supporting small business

On November 30, 2014, in The Economy, by Lyndon-Farnham

The value of small businesses to the development of the economy is often overlooked or under estimated.  SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY is a UK and British Isles wide initiative which exists to support, inspire and promote small businesses on the 6th December 2014 and beyond.

“Behind every small business, there’s a story worth knowing. All the corner shops in our towns and cities, the restaurants, cleaners, gyms, hair salons, hardware stores – these didn’t come out of nowhere” Paul Ryan

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2 Responses to Supporting small business

  1. Grant says:

    What determens a small to large business as a rule?

    • Lyndon-Farnham says:

      It really depends from country to country. From an EU/UK/local perspective a small business would normally employ fewer than 50 people. Typical examples include: small shops, convenience stores, bakery and delicatessen, hairdressers, tradesmen, restaurants, cafes, bars, small hotels and guest houses, creative design providers, photographers, artists, craft and cottage industries, small-scale farming and small scale manufacturing, small accountancy and legal firms, online businesses, such as web design and programming, etc.

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