SMEs are the backbone of any healthy economy; they drive growth, provide employment opportunities and open new markets.
The challenges faced by small businesses since lockdown in March have been unprecedented. It's created extreme hardship for many and left some wounds that may never heal.
Businesses must act quickly or face missing out on limited BBLS and CBILS funding
Right now, business owners and employees are facing threats such as bankruptcy and redundancy.
We need the UK’s small but growing businesses now more than ever.
Pranav Sood, VP of Small Business at GoCardless, speaks about how the coronavirus pandemic has transformed the future for small businesses
For every entrepreneur starting up may seem like the hardest part, how do you grow an idea from the ground up with little resources, reputation, or staff?
Much to the relief of business owners across the United Kingdom, life is slowly but surely returning to normal as the worst of the coronavirus pandemic seems to fade.
It’s not just about the bottom line anymore, with businesses needing to focus on other global, national and local issues too.
As SMEs and entrepreneurs continue to grapple with the fallout from COVID-19, we’re seeing many businesses take action to weather the storm