The members of the Micro Business Alliance believe that by collaborating and helping each other, we can gain better recognition, better represent the views of and work on better policymaking for micro-businesses with the Government.
This collaboration benefits the Government, all startups, self-employed people and micro business owners in England.
“Together we are mighty” and #microbizmatters
Who are the members?
Organisations (Company, Network, Influencer and Membership Body) that are engaged with at least 100 micro-businesses and sign up to The Micro Business Alliance, Purpose, Mission, and Values Statement. There is no charge.
Micro-businesses include businesses of all types that employ 0 or up to 9 employees and include all start-ups. This includes freelancers, sole proprietors and even ‘side hustlers.’
This unincorporated alliance of organisations directly represent over 1.2 million micro businesses and indirectly a further 4 million micro businesses.
Therefore, the Alliance, directly and indirectly, represents 95% of private sector businesses in England, accounting for 32% of employment and nearly 20% of turnover.
Purpose & Mission
To work constructively with the Government and Opposition parties on policymaking to ensure the survival, growth, and maximum contribution of micro businesses to our communities, society, and country.
To celebrate the tenacity and entrepreneurism of hard-working micro business owners. This includes: