Bodylines Salon and Academy, based in Sittingbourne, Kent, has reopened with safer working measures in place to protect customers and its ten staff.
A Cornwall-based hair salon has opened its doors safely with staggered shifts for staff and only one client per stylist.
Pub and bar chains O’Neill’s and All Bar One are inviting customers back safely with seated-only service and hosts at entrances.
Mitchells & Butlers pubs are gearing up to open their doors safely across England.
Pub and restaurant chain Oakman Inns is gearing up to welcome back customers, with a new app and table-only service.
A London-based tailor has safely opened its doors again thanks to a pre-book only system, and an information film explaining changes to clients before they visit the shop.
Surinder Josan, owner of All Seasons DIY and Seasons Palace explains how he has used strict safe workplace measures alongside government support schemes to keep his shop doors open and his businesses afloat.
Managing Director Malcom Hall discusses how government business support has helped ease their cash flow worries and kept the company afloat.
Owner, Jacob Thundil, discusses how his company’s structure changed overnight into a buzzing e-commerce wholesaler and how they have accessed government support.
Johnathan Neame, Chief Executive of Britain's oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has accessed several business support measures to deal with the impact of coronavirus.