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8:50am Saturday 17th October 2009 in News
Hundreds of smaller south London companies will voice their opinions to a Small Business Week opinion formers discussion group on October 19.
The Business Pulse survey will give firms the chance to air their opinion on the health of business, their optimism for the recovery of the economy and outline what is helping and hindering their success.
The findings will set the agenda for Small Business Week which is dedicated to championing commercial, industrial and Government support for the UK’s 4.7million-plus smaller enterprises.
It is supported by BT Business, in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce, Business Link, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, NatWest, Growing Business and Everywoman.
Bill Murphy, managing director of BT Business, said: “There has already been an excellent response from London companies and from firms across the UK to the 2009 Business Pulse.
“It is vital that the voice of small businesses in the capital and elsewhere is heard.”