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Apply now for the Federation of Small Businesses Awards

Applications are now open for the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards.

The 2018 awards saw over 2,000 entries across the length and breadth of the UK from some of the most innovative and successful small businesses. The 2019 awards promise to be even bigger than last year, offering recognition to small businesses across the whole of the UK and culminating in a prestigious and high profile UK final in London, at Battersea Evolution, on 23rd May 2019.

The FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards recognise the best small businesses and the self-employed from right across the UK, from every sector and industry and from businesses of all ages and all sizes.

The awards are the leading celebration of small businesses, shining a light on some of the best, most innovative and most determined small businesses. Winning a FSB Celebrating Small Business Award is a great way to showcase your business achievements and celebrate business success, brilliance and innovation.

The awards are free to enter and are open to all small businesses and the self-employed.

South East: Closing date for entries 1st March 2019.

For more information please visit: https://www.fsbawards.co.uk/

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Posted 2018-12-19 09:57:35

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