Small Business Owner Lists!
Email Addresses, Phones Numbers & Databases for the SME Market

Why Choose Our UK Business Owner Lists?

Are you struggling to find the right small business owner lists to grow your business? Look no further! Our premium business SME owner lists and emails are here to help you take your business to the next level!

Business Owner Name & Company
Address, Telephone Number & Email
Highly Accurate
Easy to Order

Our meticulously chosen small business owner databases are specifically designed to deliver outstanding results for sales and marketing campaigns. With our comprehensive and precise SME data, you can confidently launch your campaigns knowing you can contact business owners who matter!

All our emails, data and lists are sourced from reliable and trustworthy databases to ensure GDPR compliance and accuracy.

Whether you’re looking to expand your customer base, boost revenue or enhance your current ROI on data, we’re confident that our UK small business owner lists will help you boost sales!


Targeted Small Business Owner Marketing Lists


When buying your small business owner contact list, you will be able to target your list using the below filters as a minimum:

Industry sector
Number of employees
Company turnover

What does a record on our Small Business Owner List contain?

Contact name
Company name
Full postal address
Direct email address
Telephone number

All telephone numbers will be both CTPS and TPS cleansed before the file is made available to you. If you have specified on your order that you will be sending the business owners direct post, we will also MPS check the addresses too.


A Few Tips and Product Ideas

Here are a few tips on how to contact your business owner lists you buy from us. We’ve even given a list of some products and services small businesses buy!

Here’s a list of some common small business types but we have many more for you to choose from:

  1. Restaurants and cafes: Independent restaurants and cafes are a common small business in the UK, serving food and drinks to customers.
  2. Retail shops: Small shops selling goods such as clothing, accessories, books, and gifts are a staple of many UK high streets.
  3. Hair and beauty salons: Providing haircuts, styling, and beauty treatments to customers is a popular small business in the UK.
  4. Tradespeople: Independent tradespeople such as electricians, plumbers, and carpenters are essential small businesses for many homeowners.
  5. Creative services: Freelance creatives such as graphic designers, writers, and photographers are a common type of small business in the UK.
  6. Construction and building services: Small building firms and contractors provide a wide range of services, from new builds to renovations and repairs.
  7. Healthcare and wellness services: Small businesses such as physiotherapists, chiropractors, and yoga studios provide healthcare and wellness services to clients.
  8. Cleaning services: Small businesses providing cleaning services for homes and offices are in high demand.
  9. IT and technology services: Small businesses offering IT support, website design and development, and other technological services are essential for many businesses.
  10. Pet care services: Small businesses such as pet grooming, dog walking, and pet sitting are popular in the UK.
  11. Automotive repair services: Small garages and mechanics offer repair services for cars and other vehicles.
  12. Events planning and coordination: Small businesses providing services such as wedding planning and event coordination are in demand.
  13. Childcare services: Small businesses such as nurseries and childminders provide childcare services for parents.
  14. Education and tutoring services: Small businesses providing tutoring and education services for students are in high demand.
  15. Financial services: Independent financial advisors and accountants provide financial planning and advice for individuals and businesses.
  16. Fitness and personal training: Small businesses offering personal training and fitness services are popular in the UK.
  17. Landscaping and gardening services: Small businesses providing landscaping and gardening services for homes and businesses are in demand.
  18. Travel and tourism services: Small businesses such as tour operators and travel agencies provide travel services to customers.
  19. Food and beverage production: Small businesses such as bakeries and breweries produce food and beverages for local consumers.
  20. Online retail: Independent online retailers selling products such as clothing, home goods, and electronics are a growing type of small business in the UK.

Here are a few products and services our clients market using our business owner lists and email addreses:

  1. Office supplies: Basic necessities such as pens, paper, envelopes, and staplers for daily use.
  2. Software and technology: Software solutions, apps, hardware, and other technological tools to help streamline business operations and increase productivity.
  3. Furniture: Chairs, desks, tables, and other office furniture to furnish a workspace.
  4. Website design and development: Creating a professional and visually appealing business website to attract customers and showcase products and services.
  5. Marketing and advertising: Promoting products or services through various mediums such as social media, email, or print advertisements.
  6. Accounting and bookkeeping services: Managing financial records, taxes, and other financial operations to ensure a successful business.
  7. Legal services: Hiring a lawyer to help navigate legal issues such as contracts, intellectual property, and employment disputes.
  8. Insurance: Protecting the business from potential risks through policies such as liability, property, or workers’ compensation insurance.
  9. Human resources services: Recruiting, training, and managing employees to ensure the success of the business.
  10. Printing and graphic design services: Creating marketing materials such as business cards, flyers, brochures, and banners.
  11. Shipping and delivery services: Shipping products or providing local delivery services to customers.
  12. Cleaning services: Hiring a cleaning service to maintain a clean and professional work environment.
  13. Inventory management systems: Tracking inventory levels and orders to optimize product availability and sales.
  14. Payment processing services: Accepting payments from customers through online or offline payment systems.
  15. Office space rental: Renting office space or shared workspace to provide a professional environment for employees and customers.
  16. Business coaching and consulting services: Hiring a business coach or consultant to provide guidance and advice on business strategy, growth, and development.
  17. Travel and transportation services: Booking travel accommodations or transportation for business trips or deliveries.
  18. Equipment rental: Renting equipment such as computers, printers, or specialized machinery to reduce upfront costs.
  19. Telecommunications services: Providing phone and internet services to maintain communication with customers, suppliers, and employees.
  20. Maintenance and repair services: Hiring professionals to maintain and repair equipment, vehicles, or property to ensure smooth operations.
  1. Research the business:
    Before making contact, research the small business and understand its products or services, target audience, and any unique challenges or opportunities it may face.
  2. Identify the decision-maker:
    Determine who the decision-maker is within the business, such as the business owner, manager, or marketing director, and obtain their contact details by buying a business owner list or business owner email addresses.
  3. Prepare a pitch:
    Create a compelling pitch that clearly explains how your product or service can benefit the small business, highlighting any unique features or competitive advantages the business owner will benefit from.
  4. Make initial contact:
    Reach out to the business owner via email or phone and introduce yourself and your company. Briefly explain the purpose of your call or email the business owner and ask if they have a few minutes to discuss your proposal.
  5. Build rapport:
    Establish a personal connection with the business owner by asking about their business and expressing genuine interest in their challenges and goals.
  6. Present the pitch:
    Present the pitch in a clear and concise manner, emphasizing how your product or service can address the specific needs of the business.
  7. Address objections:
    Be prepared to address any objections the business owner may have, such as budget concerns or scepticism about the product or service.
  8. Provide social proof:
    Provide examples of how your product or service has helped other businesses in similar industries or situations.
  9. Follow up:
    Follow up with the business owner by email or phone after the initial contact to answer any additional questions or provide further information. Set a timeline for a potential partnership or collaboration.
  10. Maintain the relationship:
    After establishing a partnership or collaboration, maintain regular contact with the small business owner to ensure the continued success of the partnership and identify any new opportunities for growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I order?

When you’re ready to discuss what kind of targeted business owner lists  you feel are best for you, just send us a message or give us a call.

How do you work?

As a data broker, we have the expertise and resources to provide access to multiple business databases and B2B lead generation specialists in the UK and beyond.

We understand that buying B2B data lists directly from owners can be a time-consuming process, involving negotiation of prices and minimum order sizes.

As an established data broker we already have established relationships with multiple business database owners, so we can offer A/B testing at reasonable prices, saving you time and money. Plus, we’ve done the research to know which business decision makers databases are more likely to perform best for different marketing campaigns.

B2B Email Lists
B2B Telemarketing Lists
B2B Mailing Lists

Our comprehensive understanding of the data market sets us apart from other providers. We’re confident that our approach will help you achieve better results in less time.

Are your UK business owner contact lists compliant?

When we buy B2B data lists, we always buy them from reputable sources that understand the importance of being able to demonstrate how their business database was collected compliantly.

Can I try some business owner leads for free?

You can purchase business owner leads from us, but they’re NOT for FREE…

What kind of industries do you have business contact details for?

We cover nearly every kind of business sector available and then even more! This is where we really do need to get a better understanding of your product and what type of business will benefit from it so we can better advise what sector headings those businesses are grouped under.

Some of our most Industry lists are:

– Accountants
– Architects
– Care homes
– Construction
– Dentist
– Engineering
– Estate Agents
– Hotels
– Manufacturing
– Restaurants
– Retailers
– Public sector

The choice really is very large!

Do you have international Business databases too?

Yes, we can source international B2B data for most main countries such as:

  • USA
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Plus, more…

Just have a chat with us and we’ll see what we can do!

Lots of decision maker lists you can choose from!

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