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Small Business Saturday: It’s Not Just for Retailers!…

Submitted by on December 2, 2015 – 6:40 am |

Phil Foster, CEO of Love Energy SavingsSmall Business Saturday, this year, is taking place on the 5th December and it promises to be bigger and better than ever. But something Love Energy Savings has noticed is that there isn’t always a huge B2B presence, and this is something we want to change!

Presumed to be the preserve of retail, what can a B2B service provider add to the mix?

As a business that started small and has grown substantially over the years, Love Energy Savings fully understands the unique offering and important role that independent retailers play in their local communities. They also want to work as closely as possible with other SMEs on Small Business Saturday to help them cut costs wherever they can. Business energy bills can skyrocket in winter, and Love Energy Savings hopes to raise awareness about how important it is to compare energy prices on a regular basis.

As part of the Small Business Saturday initiative, Love Energy Savings will be offering £50 cashback* to any SME that switches their business electricity or gas tariff with a little help from them on the 5th December.

Phil Foster, Managing Director of Love Energy Savings, believes that national initiatives like Small Business Saturday are key to ensuring that the value of small businesses is recognised:

“Our way of giving back to our community of SMEs on Small Business Saturday is to provide as much assistance as possible on how local entrepreneurs can save money and help their business thrive throughout the festive period and beyond.

“Ultimately, what we want to see is more local businesses opening their doors and becoming the focal point in their local neighbourhoods.”

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