Theo says, “I admire people who have passion and energy. If you cannot bore your friends to death about your own small business then something is seriously wrong. I was struck by the number of business owners on Twitter who wanted to tell me about their new products and services. Small Business Sunday was born so that people have a specific time slot to tweet and can pitch their ‘sell’ directly to me. In 2022 I also opened up #SBS to businesses on Instagram and have been blown away by the depth and quality of the entrants.”
FBS Publishing LTD are independent publishers based in the UK. Their titles include books for children and adults, illustrated books, TV tie-in titles and more!
FBS Publishing has now been commissioned by BBC Audio to write the audiobook Doctor Who: The Resurrection Plant. It’s a 60-minute prose story set during the era of the Doctor’s second incarnation (1966-69 on TV) and read by actor Frazer Hines, who played one of the Doctor’s travelling companions during that period.
We cannot wait to hear about this adventure, it will be released as a CD and download in August!
What a great day to give your small business the boost it deserves!
Tweet or do an Instagram post about your business and become an #SBS Winner today.
Or explore the full directory of #SBS Winners and search by category, date, social media handle & more…
Twitter: On a Sunday between 5-7.30pm, tweet about your business in 280 characters or less, directed to @theopaphitis, adding the hashtag #SBS.
Every Monday night at 8pm, Theo reviews and chooses his favourite lucky six who are then re-tweeted or re-posted.
As he has around 500k followers on his Twitter, and 30k followers on his Instagram this provides a massive boost to the chosen lucky businesses!
Theo Paphitis, TV dragon and #SBS Small Business Sunday creator, was delighted to announce another perk of being a #SBS winner, at #SBSEvent2022, in a
Entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den icon Theo Paphitis is collaborating with Business Leader for its upcoming ScaleUp Awards, which celebrate the country’s fastest growing companies. Officially