Covid-19: Factsheets for social businesses
The Social Business Wales team has collated a range of factsheets and guidance to help social businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic
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The national lockdown in March was unprecedented for us all on a personal and professional level. For businesses and business leaders having to adapt and react over night to how they could navigate their way through the unknown, lockdown meant big decisions and challenges.
Advice on funding options for social businesses during the Firebreak Lockdown starting 23rd October 2020.
Social Business Wales have developed this guide to help you navigate your individual route to re-opening. It will aid you as a social business to consider the key implications to re-starting your business and signpost you to key resources and sources of information. Enabling you to plan and prepare for the journey ahead and be in a position to reopen your social business as soon as government restrictions allow.
The challenges our sector is facing are great and to ensure we stay resilient as businesses, we need to prepare for those tough financial times ahead over the coming weeks and months.
Here are our top tips for social businesses who want to access specialist Covid-19 funding.
This document from Welsh Government details the support available to businesses (including social businesses).
Digital technologies offer a lifeline to keep your organisation afloat. Here are some key digital consideration to help you adapt to the Covid-19 situation.
New rules have come into force in Wales regarding social distancing and the workplace. The rules force businesses which are still operating to make sure they take reasonable steps to keep the 2 metre distance between people on the premises. Businesses are required to take proportionate justifiable measures.
If you're worried about your social business, give our team a call on
0300 111 5050
More Covid-19 resources
Social Business Wales has a range of other resources to help you during the Covid-19 pandemic