Micro Businesses are Growing Fast in Ireland and the UK

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The micro business sector is growing in both Ireland and the UK. Remarkable in the current economic climate. If the sector is to maintain this growth it will need support and a sympathetic attitude towards the sector from government departments and support agencies.

The often neglected micro business sector in the UK and Ireland has a new and innovative community support website to help this important business sector.

The Small Business Partnership website has been developed by UK and Ireland micro business owners for micro businesses and potential micro start ups. The Partnership try to to help this sector and have brought a new and innovative feature to this market.

The Small Business Partnership offer information and support not covered by the non commercial business support website with the interesting addition of micro business developed by the team that are ready for sale.

A quote from Sarah Howcroft one of the founders on the more innovative aspect of their service. "We always have a number of micro business that are ready for sale. These businesses have been started by us and as such the viability of each business has been tested in real market conditions. We run the business going through all the activities that each business demands in order to establish the feasibility. When we have completed this process the businesses are sold to owners that are then given the help and support by us to ensure the future success of the business.

At the moment the micro businesses we have for sale include an innovative craft jewellery business, the cultivation and sales of non culinary herb product for a new market and a text based consumer information business."

The Small Business Partnership website http://www.thesmallbusinesspartnership.com is structured to allow the micro business community to take full part. Inviting comments and opinion on all topics of interest to the community.

Sarah believes strongly in the community aspect of this business sector and has made every effort to encourage the micro business community to interact with the website. Most micro businesses run at local community level. They are often home based selling to their next door neighbours you will meet them at the farmers markets. Supporting these community is of great importance. Exactly how this is best done is up to the community to tell the world. Now they can do this through The Small Business Partnership.

The website is constantly changing with new business for sale, stories on business that have been sold and feedback from the real micro business community in the UK and Ireland.

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