Help Britain's Local Businesses
Take On The Corporate Giants

Hyperbrand
Unit 44 Basepoint Bournemouth, Aviation Park West,
Hurn, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 6NX
08450946355
Di Fox Art & Wedding Stationery
45 Briggs Avenue, Middlesbrough
Cleveland, TS6 6XL
01642 508120
Ty-Mawr Lime Ltd
Unit 12, Brecon Enterprise Park
Brecon, Powys, LD3 8BT
01874 611350
Pat Doogan Magical Family Entertainer
126 Vanguard St
Clydebank
0141 952 4556
Skaters Edge Ltd
Hull Arena, Kingston Street
Hull, HU1 2DZ
01482 589559


Barriers to SME Growth in the UK

Louize Clarke, Co-Founder of ConnectTVT gives Local Business Week her insight on the importance of investing in your local community and taking your business to the next level...
Are small businesses maximising their online potential?
Do simple admin tasks hinder business growth?
As Britain gathers its breath after a tense and surprising election result, the Conservatives have now re-shuffled the cabinet to tackle the most important areas of policy, including education, the NHS, immigration and the economy – which of course includes local business.
As Local Business Week draws to a close for 2013, we look back on the lessons learnt
With 1 in 4 small businesses operating without a website, local businesses are struggling to compete with supermarkets.
As part of Local Business Week, sponsors thomsonlocal are offering free marketing advice for local businesses.
Federation of Small Businesses calls for UK shoppers to take the Local Business Week pledge and shop locally
Take our quiz and find out how you compare with the rest of the UK
Local Business Week will be reaching out to shoppers across the UK encouraging them to think and shop locally