Research and analysis

Small Business Survey 2015: businesses with no employees

Provides findings on the performance of small and medium-sized businesses with no employees in 2015, and issues that may have affected them.

Documents

Small Business Survey 2015: businesses with no employees - BIS research paper 290

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Small Business Survey 2015: businesses with no employees - data

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Small Business Survey 2015: all businesses data

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Details

This is one of our Small Business Survey (SBS) reports. It provides the findings for SBS 2015 for businesses with no employees.

The report includes data on:

  • performance in terms of employment and turnover
  • ambition and expectations of future performance
  • access to finance
  • use of business support
  • capabilities
  • obstacles to business success

Findings are also provided for women led and ethnic minority led businesses. Most data are reported by size of business and sector.

See also findings for SBS 2015 for businesses with employees and the technical appendix.

Published 12 May 2016