News: Small Business Saturday

Posted on 1st December 2016

Small businesses and customers in West Sussex can both benefit from Small Business Saturday on 3rd December.

All kinds of small businesses can get involved, including family firms, local shops, online businesses, wholesalers, business services and small manufacturers.

Businesses can visit www.smallbusinesssaturdayuk.com to get a free listing of their business, marketing pack and more.

Customers can also visit the website where they can search the small business finder, upload photos and messages on to social media of them using local businesses, and pledge to support their local businesses.

West Sussex County Council Leader Louise Goldsmith said: “Small Business Saturday offers our local businesses a great way to get their name out there, encourage growth, and build their network of customers.

Please make Small Business Saturday a really big day for our Small Businesses across West Sussex by supporting them at shops and businesses near you!”

For more information visit the www.smallbusinesssaturdayuk.com

 

Source: West Sussex County Council

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