Small Business Saturday takes place on the 7th December, one of the busiest shopping days of the year and the aim of the event is to encourage people to shop locally and support small businesses in their communities.
Syed Kamall will be joining Whitton Conservatives on the High Street on December 7th.
In support of Small Business Saturday Syed Kamall said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for people in Whitton to shop locally and support our local butchers, bakers, cafés and retailers. It is a chance to celebrate the amazing contribution our small shops make to our local community.”
“Here in Whitton, Conservatives have fulfilled their election promise to upgrade the High Street, with the ‘Up Lift’ programme, investing millions to improve the street and bring in new businesses.”
Prime Minister David Cameron said:
“There are nearly five million small businesses in the UK; they are the lifeblood of the economy, employing millions of people. The Conservative Party recognises the huge importance of small businesses to the UK economy – that’s why we’re cutting up to £2,000 off National Insurance for every business through the Employment Allowance. Small Business Saturday is a great opportunity to support your local shops and community”