Millions of self-employed individuals across the UK can apply for the scheme to receive grants at a maximum of £2500 per month
47% of UK workers revealed they would like to quit their roles and start their own business venture – and the majority said they want a better work-life balance
UK businesses are urging the government to provide them with direct support to enable them to transform Britain’s high streets.
More than half of UK SMEs believe the government is not doing enough to encourage and bring incentives to businesses who implement sustainable policies
Britain’s high streets have been dwindling in recent years. Rising business tax, popularity in online shopping and high rental costs have seen some of the UK’s biggest retail stores face collapse.
As Boris Johnson announces a strict police enforced lockdown across the UK, how will SMEs be able to cope with tough times ahead for their business?
Business rates will be cut for thousands of small UK firms in retail, leisure and hospitality industries along with policies to reduce the pressures of coronavirus on businesses
Businesses must have crisis plans in place to ensure business continuity as the coronavirus epidemic could potentially “last for months”
The scheme is expected to restart in April this year with the hopes to act as a deterrent to businesses
Prime Minister Boris Johnson led the Tory party to victory in yesterday’s General Election win, with the promise to deliver Brexit and lead a “people’s government.”