Welcome to the Federation of Small Businesses.

We are the largest business representation group in the UK, with over 200,000 members. With offices in Westminster, Brussels and the devolved assemblies, as well as our Administrative Centre in the North West we are represented at all levels of government. Our local and regional branches work closely with local government and regional agencies. Together we represent our members' views with UK policy-makers everywhere.


What's new

  • Experts in Business

    As experts in business, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) offers members a wide range of vital business services, including advice, financial expertise, support and a powerful voice in Government. Its aim is to help smaller businesses achieve their ambitions.

  • FSB urges people to Keep Trade Local as FSB Conference opens in Leicester

    Small businesses believe that a lack of consumer confidence will pose a significant challenge to their business in the coming 12 months, according to the latest findings of a the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) snap poll as it revives its Keep Trade Local campaign.

  • FSB: A budget to restore confidence and growth for small businesses

    Small businesses must now seize the Chancellor’s wide ranging package of measures to support the economy.

  • Horsemeat scandal prompts FSB to encourage shoppers to trade local

    Many FSB members that own butchers shops have reported a dramatic increase in sales following the discovery of horsemeat in some UK food products. The FSB now wants consumers to shop in their independent retailers and has re-launched its Keep Trade Local campaign to highlight the importance of small firms to the local community. Read the press release and coverage on the Huffington Post. The FSB is encouraging people to send images of them using independent retailers on Twitter and Facebook, and is hosting the images on Tumblr. Read more small business news here.

  • FSB unveils legal process to help members get redress for mis-sold swaps

    Following the publication of the Financial Services Authority’s (FSA) pilot study showing that around 90 per cent of firms had been mis-sold complex financial products, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has put a process in place which aims to deliver help and advice to those firms affected.

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