Johnathan Neame, Chief Executive of Britain's oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has accessed several business support measures to deal with the impact of coronavirus.
Tim Hughes, Managing Director of CHH Conex, has accessed government support schemes to protect his business during the disruption caused by coronavirus.
Bath-based Queensberry Hotel and Olive Tree Restaurant has used several government financial support schemes to mitigate closure.
Co-founders James Watt and Martin Dickie tell us how multinational brewery and pub chain, BrewDog, is making use of government schemes to protect their staff, business and community.
Jo Withers, Managing Director at VTM, urges all business owners to speak to their local council about the financial support available.
UK based steak restaurant, Hawksmoor, will be accessing the government’s job retention scheme to ensure jobs are protected while restaurants are closed.
A Scottish based hydraulics company has been able to continue trading by securing finance through the Scottish Government Business Grant Fund and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Douglas Perry, Director at USC Hydraulics explains how the team are keeping business afloat.
Leading foodservice wholesaler, Bidfood, has successfully diversified its business to sell direct to consumers during the coronavirus lockdown.
David Oldfield, Group Director, Commercial Banking at Lloyds Banking Group tells us how the bank is supporting its customers and has been able to take on a key role to support the national effort to tackle coronavirus.
Chief Executive of Timpson, James Timpson, talks us through the measures they are taking to deal with the impact that coronavirus is having on their business.