By Alka Kharbanda is partner at Blaser Mills Law Covid19 has had a huge financial impact on many UK businesses, with some having to cease trading completely. It has also left many business owners with a loss of revenue if they have been unable to continue ‘business as normal’ due to lockdown restrictions. The government has made […]
Pubs and restaurants in Wales will be allowed to reopen their outdoor spaces from 13 July if cases continue to fall, the Welsh Government has announced.
The government is being urged to redirect billions of pounds worth of unspent funding to help the poorest in society regain employment post-Covid19.
Businesses in the UK are hoping to boost international trade over the next 12 months in a bid to accelerate their post-Covid recovery, according to a new study.
Almost two thirds (64%) of businesses struggling as a result of Covid-19 don’t expect to be financially viable again until December or later, new research reveals.
The leading pub membership organisation, the Forum of British Pubs (FBP) has welcomed the relaxation of the Government’s lockdown guidance which means that pubs can finally open their doors again.
By Honest Communications How to let your customers and employees know you’re back up and running, and telling them the changes that you’ve made. As businesses slowly start to ease out of lockdown and as the light at the end of the tunnel gets slowly brighter, it’s time to start thinking about how to communicate […]
By Joanna Bullard, Partner in the Commercial Team at Gardner Leader solicitors It’s fair to say that lockdown has created immediate and longer term difficulties for commercial landlords and business tenants. Commercial landlords, across all sectors have suddenly been faced with tenants who cannot afford or who have simply refused to pay their rent […]
By James Hirst, COO and Co-Founder, Tyk COVID-19 isn’t going to go away anytime soon and its impact on businesses and society is far-reaching. For some in the start-up community, the chancellor’s recent announcement of a package of measures to support businesses driving innovation in the UK will have been a welcome relief.
By Fred Krieger, Founder and CEO, Scoro It is unlikely we’ll be returning to pre-pandemic ‘normal’ any time soon — and, for many, that’s no bad thing. Only 9% of Brits want to go back to life as it was before, and some organisations have recognised this, already consigning office-first working to history; […]
By Mark Wright, BBC Apprentice Winner, GBEA Alumni and Director of digital marketing agency, Climb Online At the beginning of 2020, the main concern for any business owner was whether their industry sector would be impacted by Brexit. Fast forward four months and concerns over leaving the EU appear somewhat welcome, as we continue to […]
By Phil Jones MBE, Managing Director of Business Technology Solutions Provider, Brother UK As boxer Mike Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” A shrewd observation from arguably one of boxing’s greats. To be world champion, you’ve got to adapt your game plan depending on how you feel, […]