2014-02-28 00:00:00EventsEnglishIntuit UK supporting small business with Small Business Local Buzz in partnership with StartUp Britainhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/uk_qrc/uploads/2017/01/X-SBLB-IMAGE.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/news-and-updates/were-giving-away-20000-to-small-business/We’re Giving Away £20,000 to Small Business

We’re Giving Away £20,000 to Small Business

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Small business owners rely heavily on marketing and social media to grow their businesses. But for entrepreneurs with a limited marketing budget, spreading the word about their business without the right tools or guidance can be daunting. That’s why Intuit UK, together with StartUp Britain, has launched “Small Business Local Buzz”, a national competition offering £20,000 of funding to British start-ups and business owners.

What Could Your Business Do With Extra Cash?

We are building on the success of last year’s ‘Love Our Local Business’ campaign to support and award 11 small businesses with extra cash. To participate share your submission with friends and fans between the 27th February and 31st March. Encourage them to vote for your entry to help you win!

We’re giving away two £1,000 prizes every Tuesday and a grand prize of £10,000 at the end of the campaign –  and you automatically qualify for both of the prizes!  What’s more you’ll receive our free Building Buzz on a Budget guide with tips and tricks on marketing your business, and will be eligible for our £1,000 weekly prize.

We’ll be announcing and profiling winners on the Intuit UK Blog every week.

To learn more about our Small Business Local Buzz campaign see the press release or enter here.

Good luck!


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