Big Small Business Survey

Sophie Law

Do you have a small business in Scotland? 

Could you answer a series of questions to capture a comprehensive snapshot of trading conditions and challenges across the country? 

It will only take around 15 minutes to complete. The aim of the survey is to give small businesses, and by extension the communities they represent, a voice so the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland can make sure their policy work continues to be evidence-based. 

The survey takes a comprehensive look at the key issues facing businesses at the moment: everything from trading conditions to Net Zero to regulation, staffing, fair work, skills, entrepreneurship, prices, tourism, Community Wealth Building/procurement, finance, digital, and more besides.  It will allow decision makers, both locally and nationally, to be aware of the needs of small businesses.

The Big Small Business Survey is open to all small business operators in Scotland, not just FSB members. So, if you’re a small business owner or self-employed and want your voice to be heard, please take part before 5pm on 10 March.

For more information and to complete the survey click here.