Three British business owners share their stories and reflect on the steps they have taken to overcome the adverse effect of the coronavirus pandemic on their businesses.
North London bakery 'Uncle John’s' has been able to reopen safely and safeguard jobs following the coronavirus lockdown.
Hertfordshire-based hair salon The Cutting Room is gearing up to welcome customers back, following new government guidance.
Emma Peake, Deputy CEO, tells us what steps the charity has taken to safely reopen its stores.
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 Jane Binnion, discusses how the Small Business Grants Fund meant their employees could continue working, helping to adapt their programmes into online sessions for the women they support.
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.
Fine-dining Japanese restaurant Myra's Kaiseki, based in Dorchester, used government financial support schemes to keep operating during the coronavirus pandemic.
Co-founder Ben Hope talks through the benefits of being able to use the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) to keep his business going.