Several well-known brands now face an unknown future as administrators seek buyers
The valuable role private, home-based testing can play in reducing the transmission of COVID-19, whilst enabling the UK Businesses to keep moving amidst a second wave of the pandemic.
31 December 2020 marks the end of the transition period when the UK will leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union.
As an owner of a small to medium-sized business, it can sometimes feel like you’re a small fish in a big pond. Sustainability is important – it’s what your customers and employees want – but so is stability and profit.
Rewind 12 months and no-one would have predicted the utter turmoil that has been caused by COVID-19.
Morten Petersen, CEO and Co-Founder of Worksome, looks at the fundamental transformations that the UK has recently seen in the world of work.
Small businesses got a bit of a welcome boost recently, with news about a vaccine for COVID-19 on the horizon. A glimmer of hope that 2021 could bring much better things.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to significantly affect the hair and beauty industry, with many struggling to adapt to the sudden changes that have affected how businesses are run, and hugely disrupted day-to-day operations.
Without doubt, 2020 will be a year that many will be happy to leave behind. The stress of a global pandemic, being isolated from loved ones and the economic fallout that has followed lockdown has tested everyone’s resolve.
Impact of COVID-19 on business resilience Every organisation puts in place a business strategy and a plan to deliver on that strategy. They weave in contingencies that enable the plan to be flexible and to react to changing market conditions.