What every small business owner on Westside needs to know about coronavirus

The emerging coronavirus pandemic has caused huge worries for many businesses – not least here on Westside.

From bars to theatres, from cafes to cinemas, and from clubs to restaurants, this area has hundreds of companies and organisations that need to know what government can do to help them survive.

We’ve researched the marketplace and have made contact with Bionic, an advisory service that aims to make it as easy as possible for people to run small businesses.

And the experts at Bionic have produced a great blog that takes just 12 minutes to read and that tells you everything you need to know about how coronavirus affects your business. For example:

  • What should you do next?
  • What sick pay, rates relief and other financial aids is the government offering for you to use?
  • How can you go about it?
  • What else can help your business to get through this crisis? Here’s the link to the full read: http://tiny.cc/w0bglz

We’ll be keeping our eyes open for more top tips in the next few days, weeks and months to help you keep your business running in these difficult times.

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