Kick Off The New Year With #MicroBizMattersDay

MicroBizMatters Day

Kick off the New Year with #MicroBizMattersDay on Friday 13th January 2017

The third, annual, #MicroBizMattersDay is a global 24 hours of Recognition, Action and
Learning where micro (0-9 employees) business owners give a small amount of time to help other business owners – #IGave13 minutes.

The focus is on winning #customers and improving #cashflow and it is a ‘crazy but great’ way for millions of owners to kick off the New Year.

Regular famous friends sharing their business know-how live at the London event and in the US (all giving their time free) include Tim Campbell MBE, Penny Power OBE, Kanya King MBE, Laura Henry, Tripp Braden (US), Alysia Silberg (US), MOBO Award winning rapper/Indie label owner, Sway, Michelle Dorrell, Charlie Mullins OBE and superstar 24 year old top 100 UK entrepreneur and paramedic, Chris Percival. They will be joined in the studios, online and at the main event by many other great and inspiring guests so check out http://MicroBizMattersDay.rocks to catch up with the latest news.

In total 8 hours of business to business learning will be broadcast around the world by large corporations, micro, small and medium enterprises, small business networks and membership bodies. They use the links from our broadcasting team SYB TV (Start Your Business Magazine), Paul Lancaster, Plan Digital (Google Hangouts), Nick Peters, Share Radio (national radio & digital), Jo Harrison (Twitter, Facebook & YouTube) and Ed Goodman (Facebook, Periscope & others).

These learning hours will start at 7am with the main event from 12 until 2pm at the world famous Charlie Mullins OBE’s, Pimlico Plumbers, London.

The full schedule is here.


 

Hit The RocksHit the Rocks fund provides small grants to those self employed/micro business owners affected by serious ill health and natural disasters (e.g. flooding) – your donation helps, please click here to donate. Please donate £2 or more

For every £1 donated – 50p goes to our Hit the Rocks Fund and 50p goes to the expenses incurred in the production of #MicroBizMattersDay and @MicroBizMatters four Global Campaigns, details can be found here.

They are not a membership organisation but a network of networks that is without charge to all. They reach millions because they are so informal, there is nothing to join and no contact details are required.

They don’t waste money on metrics, but survive on donations and the time and money given by the co-founders, since January 2012, Tina Boden and Tony Robinson OBE.

The @MicroBizMatters four campaigns are promoted all year round. They include #MicroBizMattersDay which is totally indie and made possible by our #RockingSupporters, #RockingStarGuests and #RockingHeadRoadies giving their time voluntarily and promoting the day to their #MicroBizOwner customers, suppliers and members.

We do like to pay the expenses (travel and accommodation) of our Head Roadies – your donation helps.