The coronavirus crisis is a major and imminent social problem. But, unfortunately, it’s far from the only social problem that the world in 2020 faces.
Posted on 23rd March 2020 in General business.
It may not have been an easy ride in the beginning, but it was certainly better than struggling with a business that had promise, but made no money.
In response to the UK Government advice to employers on COVID -19, and schools nationwide closing from Monday, the majority of the UK’s SME workforce are currently working from home, some for the first time.
Digital technologies have already had a profound effect on field service teams and their role in digitally transforming organisations.
The government will pay at least 80% of wages for people who are not able to work, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
In the latest issue of the Great British Entrepreneurs Magazine, Jonathan Davies spoke to Dave Linton, founder of Madlug, about his journey from social worker and foster parent to social entrepreneur. It is part of the issue’s Social Series, which looks at the stories of entrepreneurs who put people and the planet before profits.
Will the shift to home-working created by the virus crisis create a permanent shift, and if so, what will that mean for business?
By Ben Gamble, head of agency at Shout About As London prepares for a lockdown, we’re talking about the impact Coronavirus is having on the London events sector, offering advice for small and medium businesses at this crucial time.
Supermarkets will now be allowed to cooperate in their efforts to feed shelves stocked amid the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is preparing to announce a package to subsidise employee wages in a bid to save millions of jobs.