FSB Lobbying and Business Continuity

Federation of Small Businesses

What does it do?

A Business Continuity Plan forms an essential part of any organisation’s response planning should the worst happen. In short, it sets out how a business will operate following an incident and sets out what’s needed to get you up and running again.

The FSB promotes the interests and defends the rights of the UK’s small business owners. You can ensure your voice is heard across all levels of Government and bring about real change by joining Big Voice, our online community where you can take part in surveys, polls and discussions.

What will the benefits be for me?
Business Continuity:

• Peace of mind knowing that your business is protected for whatever may happen.
• Access to a portal and helpline for expert advice to help protect your business.
• One-stop-shop to keep your business running.
• Source of online help and advice.


The FSB puts pressure on the Government in Whitehall and EU institutions in Brussels, and put the issues affecting FSB members over to the media.

Development Managers work alongside members in our regions to further FSB influence at a regional level.
How do I access the service?

By joining the FSB (see also www.fsb.org.uk)

How much will it cost

Free with FSB membership: FSB membership starts from just £130 for the first year with a £30 registration fee and is dependent on how many employees you have.

The FSB also offers a discounted £55 associate membership specifically for additional directors or partners involved in the same business as the full member. See Click Here for Full Charges

Contact Details
Phil McCabe
Federation of Small Businesses
Development Manager
Tel: 0151 427 6310