We are extremely grateful to all our generous sponsors for their time, skills, knowledge, and financial support. We are particular about who is eligible to sponsor our Guild. Our current sponsors are either small businesses that supply other small businesses, local civic groups or medium sized companies with strong ethical values. They have each been recommended by members of the Guild who can verify the quality of their services.

Being a membership organisation we strive to make sure that the majority of our money comes from our small business members and sponsors so that we can maintain our independence and act on what matters most to the people who keep us running – our small neighbourhood businesses, social enterprises and freelancers.

Please procure the services of our sponsors so we can support them in supporting us! 


For all your high quality in-house digital printing aswell as traditional litho printing. Owner Tony Bailey, has over 20 years experience in the quick print trade bought the business in 2007 from the retiring owner and has taken it up a notch in regards of service and excellence. This quick print shop can be fount at 58 – 60 Middlesex Street, E1  it is close to the City, Spitalfields and Brick Lane. They offer office stationery, presentations, invites, posters, calendars and much more. 

Tony is a familiar face at EETG social gatherings and a gentle supportive presence, you would never think he was the 11th person to swim the English Channel Breaststroke since Captain Matthew Webb’s first solo swim in 1875. It took him 25hrs 56mins and was his third attempt.


CBG Law advises businesses on commercial property, dispute resolution, and employment.

Over the past thirty years, CBG has developed a strong reputation acting for clients of all sizes, be it new businesses or established brands in connection with their commercial property and dispute resolution requirements.

They work in partnership with their clients to integrate themselves into their business so that they are well placed to fully understand their needs and requirements when taking new premises or reviewing existing ones.

“As the owner of a wool shop, I know a lot about yarn and knitting, but not so much about property law. Meanwhile, outcomes regarding my rent and tenancy arrangements can make the difference between floating, swimming, or sinking. Being able to get advice from CBG Law was incredibly helpful. Mark took me and my situation seriously. He explained the terms of my lease in plain English and was able to give me clear guidance about possible next steps with my landlord. Knowing that there is legal advice available from people like Mark, is so reassuring!” Anna Feldman, Wild & Woolly.


Please feel free to get in touch with Mark Brassey to discuss how they might be able to assist you and your business.

T: 020 7462 6961
E: mb@cbglaw.co.uk