Media interview and speaking requests for Sue Terpilowski OBE
Speaking out – television, radio and newspapers. If you would like an interview with Sue or her to appear on your programme please email us with the details or phone +44 207 689 9009.
Our MD Sue Terpilowski OBE regularly appears on TV, radio and in the press talking about a number of key issues for the maritime and logistics sectors, about exporting and importing as well as issues facing Micro and small businesses in the UK.
Below are some of her appearances:
Digital Ship London 21 June
Propeller Club London 20 June
fsb London Business Rates event 8 June
Evidence to London Assembly Economy Committee 23 May
Multimodal CILT day 1 May
Digital Ship Hamburg 24 April
Digital Ship Copenhagen 28 March
The future of UK ports post-Brexit 27 march
GST & Shipping 2030 Copenhagen 23 March
13 December 2017
Speaking at the launch of the London Mayor’s Sadiq Khan’s Economic Development Strategy at City Hall, Sue raised the issues that face London’s self-employed, micro and small businesses including the lack of affordable business space, London bearing the brunt of the business rate increases across the last two evaluations. Sue urged everyone to make their comments on the strategy both to the FSB London for their response and also directly to the Mayor.
2017 17 February – ITV London News – piece to camera on Business Rates in London and how there needs to be a higher threshold for London Businesses due to unfair and out of date tax system
FSB & Capital Enterprise London Business Rates Event held at the City of London Corporation 25 November 2016
Read full story here – https://imageline.co.uk/press-release/fsb-london-chair-makes-impassioned-speech-business-rates-ticking-time-bomb/
60 Seconds with Iain Duncan Smith 24 November 2016
MIPIM UK – Panel Session on Business Rates 20 October 2016
London’s businesses will be forced to hand over an extra £4 billion from their business rates to the treasury over the next five years which will have a negative effect on the capital’s economy. This is not just bad for London it is bad for the whole UK. The golden goose may stop laying the eggs, the cost of being a business in London is now disproportionately high – business rents, rates, London Living Wage and road congestion costs are seriously eroding the profitability of staying in Central London.
The Guardian News Paper – London and Business Rates revaluation
You and Yours – Radio 4
London and Business Rates revaluation
Financial Time – https://www.ft.com/content/328a7ccc-7bfa-11e6-b837-eb4b4333ee43
Dickens’ ‘greatest thoroughfare in London’ subsumed by coffee chains. The Strand loses small businesses to rent rises and conversions
Daily Telegraph – Southern Rail strike and effect on micro and small businesses in London
Evening Standard – Business rates and the action the Mayor needs to take to help micro and small businesses in London http://www.standard.co.uk/business/small-businesses-urge-khan-to-take-prompt-action-over-rates-a3249081.html
Evening Standard – the next government needs to think small
Computer Weekly – broadband issues
Londonist – Housing a major issue for micro and small businesses
City AM – Micro and Small business confidence in London plummets