Small Business Saturday At The Treasury

“George, can I ask you a quick question…. What are you doing to help support fellow freelance parents in business?”

 Faye Dicker to the Chancellor, George Osborne

What happens when you have your microphone with you and you have an opportunity to speak to the Chancellor – you seize your opportunity and pop your microphone under his nose.

That’s what happened when Freelance Mum, Faye Dicker, was invited to The Treasury to celebrate Small Business Saturday. The day of the year where you’re invited to think big and shop small.

Chancellor, George Osborne, helped launch the event and made time to answer a few questions.

 

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