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Sarah joins the FSB West Midlands Team

10 April 2018

Sarah Windrum recently announced she has joined the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) as their regional Policy Representative for the West Midlands.

The FSB is the biggest business membership organisation within the UK and it represents the interests and views of 5.8 million businesses that are 99% of private social enterprises within the UK.

Sarah will act as the formal link between FSB's Policy Team and the region's small businesses. This ensures the local opportunities and obstacles faced by small businesses can be reviewed by the FSB policies and campaigns at national levels.

As well as her work with the FSB and running her own business as Emerald, she is also a Board Member of the West Midlands Combined Authority, a Director of the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership, and an industry advisor at the National College of Digital Skills! She also supports community groups such as the Warwickshire Bears Wheelchair Basketball Team, and runs Tiny Techs, which helps  more young people get interested in science, engineering, mathmatics and technology.

Sarah told us "The FSB works tirelessly to ensure that small businesses have their voice heard across all the main political, media and policy-making arenas.  I am really looking forward to informing and progressing that work.  To do so, I will draw on my business experience, local knowledge and network of contacts to provide the evidence, ideas and drive necessary to influence decisions and to deliver beneficial change for small businesses in the West Midlands and elsewhere. In business and in life, I believe in capturing attention and harnessing imagination.  I also believe that everyone has the power to make a positive difference.  So we should all seize the opportunity to do exactly that, whenever we can".

We look forward to seeing what Sarah gets up to with the FSB in the future.

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