How to get your business through the coronavirus – Start here

Businesses across the country are all adapting to new, unprecedented circumstances imposed by the COVID-19 epidemic. There is a great deal to consider - cash flow, HR, health and safety, contingency planning - and this can undoubtedly be overwhelming.

Online Tutorial

13:52 min read

1 chapters

Finance, Crisis Management, PR & Communications, COVID-19, Remote working

Introduction

This tutorial outlines some key considerations to help you prioritise and develop an action plan for your business. We will cover:

  • How to set up for homeworking, continue connection with your colleagues and the online tools available to do that
  • The importance of communication with customers including advice on messages to consider
  • Maintaining business procedures and adapting approach in new circumstances
  • Financial control throughout the crisis
  • Planning ahead
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