As we enter the second national UK lockdown, many business managers see a bleak future.
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?
We need the UK’s small but growing businesses now more than ever.
In the UK, over £7.25 billion has been paid to more than 40,500 businesses under the government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).
Didier Dumont, President of Sodexo Mobility & Expense, describes how a corp-up alternative is the new way of finding support for startups.
The Start Up Loans programme was set up to kick-start entrepreneurship in the UK by providing funding to aspiring small business owners who might otherwise have struggled to access support.
Businesses must act quickly or face missing out on limited BBLS and CBILS funding
UK’s banking and finance sector is taking the necessary steps to helping British businesses pick up the pieces
On 20th May, applications officially opened for the Treasury’s £500m ‘Future Fund’ - a taxpayer-funded coronavirus relief pot for businesses that cannot access other government relief programmes.
SMEs welcomed the launch of the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme, but it got off to a slow start. Here are a few tips for how your business can accelerate the application process.