Now that you know how to talk to SMEs on Twitter, here’s a list of our top Twitter accounts relevant to SMEs.
In this list are the official Twitter accounts of entrepreneurs, start-up champions, government bodies and resources that provide useful information for small businesses.
To make it easy for you, we’ve put them altogether in a Marketing to SMEs List on our Twitter account.
Business Link – Online resource to find government information, support and services for SMEs.
HM Revenue and Customs – Official news and as well as tax help, advice and deadline reminders for SMEs.
StartUp Britain – A national campaign by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs to celebrate, inspire and accelerate enterprise in the UK.
Umair Haque – Economist and author. Umair regularly blogs for the Harvard Business Review and provides insightful economic analysis relevant to small businesses.
Duncan Bannatyne – Dragon on BBC’s Dragon’s Den.
Alan Sugar – Chairman of Amshold Group and best known for his role in the UK Apprentice.
Mike Butcher – EU Editor of Techcrunch.com.
Tim Harford – Presenter of More for Less on Radio 4, author of Adapt and The Undercover Economist.
Oli Barrett – The man behind StartUp Britain.
Martha Lane Fox – Dot.com pioneer and founder of Lastminute.com.
Michael Action Smith – Entrepreneur and founder of Mind Candy and Moshi Monsters.
Laura Kuenssberg – ITV News business editor.
Nigel Botterill – Entrepreneur.
BIS – The Department for Business Innovation and Skills.
Small Business Hub – A trusted resource for small business news.
Robert Peston – Business editor for the BBC.
Ingenious Britain – Resource for SMEs of all shapes and sizes.
Mary Portas – Retail expert and self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Shops’.
Huffington Post Small Business – Relevant and interesting analysis of national stories for small businesses.
Guardian Small Business – News, opinion and advice for small businesses.
Have we missed anyone on the list? Let us know by leaving a comment and we’ll be sure to put them on the list next time.