Federation Of Small Businesses

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The third decade of devolution will see Scotland - and its business community - wrestle with an unprecedented period of change, according to Andrew McRae, policy chair at the Federation of Small Businesses Scotland. Mr McRae said: “Over the last two decades, Scotland’s sma

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The Lanarkshire Women in Business Closing The Female Funding Gap event was the second event in a year-long pilot initiative aimed at boosting female entrepreneurship in Lanarkshire. Over 60 women attended the free event which was designed to help break down barriers and open up access to busine

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A leading town centre expert, Phil Prentice, chief officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, has said that support for small businesses is crucial if Scotland’s towns centres are to thrive in the future amidst the continued growth of online retail. Speaking ahead of a visit to L

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Scottish firms should prepare for unsettled trading conditions as governments take action on climate change and the country grapples with a series of major challenges, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned. Ahead of their annual dinner next Thursday (7 November), FSB revealed official

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A greater proportion of smaller Scottish firms are dissatisfied with their broadband service compared to the UK as a whole, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) research reveals.

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Lanarkshire is to host the Lanarkshire Women in Business Closing The Female Funding Gap event next month to provide expert advice and access to funders to women across the area. The event follows the successful launch of Lanarkshire Women in Business last month – a brand new initiative designe

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New figures from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have revealed that Scottish small business confidence slid in the third quarter of 2019, reversing the surprise resurgence seen earlier in the year. In the third quarter of 2019, FSB’s Scottish Small Business Index (SBI), its measure of

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Amanda Frazer Four in five Scottish small firms are against plans to introduce a so-called ‘tourist bed tax’, according to a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) poll.

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Andy Willox, the FSB's Scottish policy convener Confidence has fallen among small businesses in Scotland, which are already less confident than those south of the border, according to a new survey.

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