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Telephone Answering Service Face for Business


£1,000? £12,000? £24,000? Think about it.  When you miss a call from a prospective client/customer, just how much revenue would they bring in to your business? Our telephone answering service helps to capture new prospects for our clients on a daily basis, and they couldn't be without us!

Having FFB answer my calls means I am not tied to the office and have peace of mind knowing that I will not lose any new business or miss an important call from an existing client. I can recommend their services to anyone who wants a professional and friendly person to answer their calls.

Whether you’re a nationwide corporate company, mumpreneur or start-up or small business, first impressions count and if your phone rings and rings then goes to voicemail, you might miss out on something special. 


 Phone Answering PA at Face for Business


We understand that when it comes to your business, you want to be in the driving seat and handing things over, especially the phone, to someone else can be hard.  At Face for Business we offer a comprehensive service to start-ups, established nationals and everyone in-between.  You might have reservations about whether a call answering service would work for you so let us try to put your mind at rest...



SME Insider recently published an article noting research that The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) had undertook. Criteria was assessed for the best areas of the countryside for business, including broadband and mobile phone coverage, planning applications and development and entrepreneurial opportunities and how they affect rural working. Henry Robinson (president of CLA) noted that connectivity is of utmost importance if a business is to be successful.

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Face for Business' Broadsheet Review

Face for Business has an active interest in any news and advice relating to small businesses and start-ups. As a fairly new start-up company ourselves – going live in June 2013 – we are still keen to keep abreast of developments in this area and seek out campaigns and initiatives to participate in.

The broadsheets that we refer to regularly are The Guardian and The Telegraph.  These broadsheets have an online business section or community which provides integral information and support for small businesses and people just starting out.