Research and analysis

Small Business Survey 2012: Businesses With No Employees

Report of the 2012 survey of small business performance and the factors that affect this.

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Small Business Survey 2012: Businesses With No Employees

Small Business Survey 2012: Businesses With No Employees - Data Tables

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Detail

A large-scale representative telephone survey of business owners and managers in the UK.

Small Business Survey (SBS) 2012 is the latest survey in a series that is now undertaken every two years. This report documents the findings for businesses with no employees.

It provides details of business performance and the factors that affect this under the following headings:

  • profile of businesses
  • business performance
  • business capability
  • access to finance
  • obstacles to business success
  • business support.

See also the Small Business Survey 2012: SME Employers report.