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Friday 1st December not only marks one of the busier days of shopping in the UK, but in 2018 it is also small business Saturday.
Small Business Saturday is a grassroots, non commercial campaign which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and support small businesses in their communities
Councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards, MSDC’s Cabinet Member for Economic Growth and Deputy Leader said “Now, more than ever it is vital that we all show our support for small businesses right across Mid Sussex. Local small businesses have so much to offer consumers and I would urge residents to shop local and support Small Business Saturday on 1st December".
Small Business Saturday reaches millions of customers and businesses each year. Any small business can register and receive free advertising as they are added to the small business finder on the smallbusinesssaturday.com website.
Michelle Owens, Director of Small Business Saturday added “…it’s not just open to businesses, it’s open to everyone. Every individual who can take a moment to appreciate the far-reaching impact small businesses have on their community.”
So this Saturday 1st December make sure that you support small business Saturday in Mid Sussex.