McDonald’s UK & Ireland CEO Paul Pomroy, reveals the measures they have taken to slowly reopen some restaurants across the UK with safer working measures in place.
Michael Felgate, Plant Manager at Uniper’s Connah’s Quay Power Station explains the steps they have taken to put safety measures in place for those unable to work from home.
Steve Pritchard, Managing Director of It Works Media Ltd has accessed the Bounce Back Loan scheme to protect their business during the disruption caused by coronavirus.
Managing Director Malcom Hall discusses how government business support has helped ease their cash flow worries and kept the company afloat.
Peter Jelkeby, IKEA’s Country Retail Manager for the UK and Ireland, explains the steps IKEA will be taking to make staff and customers safe.
CEO Che Hookings discusses how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has allowed him to protect his employees’ jobs.
Jo Rowland, Director of HMRC COVID-19 Response Unit, gives an update on the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) as well as the other support options available.
Owner, Jacob Thundil, discusses how his company’s structure changed overnight into a buzzing e-commerce wholesaler and how they have accessed government support.
Graham Bell, CEO of B&Q, explains how after a trial of operating under strict safety and social distancing measures, it has now reopened all its UK shops.
Clare Clough, UK MD of Pret explains how they were able to gradually reopen more than 100 shops, with a host of new safety and social distancing measures to protect its teams and customers.
Angela Lowery, company director, discusses how government business support has allowed the business to furlough employees, and adapt to meet the change in consumer demand.