The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly created a new reality to be reckoned with. Consisting of strict social distancing measures and compulsory store closures, this new era of safety has dealt a significant blow to many sectors.
Countries that imposed strict and early social-distancing measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak will result in their economies recovering much quicker than those who took a much more relaxed approach.
With coronavirus cases finally falling in the UK, thoughts have turned to how to ease current lockdown conditions.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to hit the already struggling high street, KIS Finance has teamed up with retail expert, James Child, to look at how some local businesses are cleverly adapting to the changing retail environment.
Following the news that AXA Ireland is to refund all motor customers a flat fee of EUR33 (£29), due to reduced usage during lockdown.
The novel coronavirus, which has almost 3 million confirmed cases worldwide, has forced mass business closures, lay-offs, and event cancelations, casting a sea of doubt on the resilience of certain sectors.
The angry voices from small business owners are getting louder and it seems that the Chancellor has heard their calls loud and clear.
With the Chancellor likely to announce a new scheme offering 100% guarantees on loans for up to 1million micro-SMEs, Greg Taylor, Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson says SMEs need grants not more debt
Richard Branson’s request for a £500 million bailout package from the government to prevent the collapse of his airline, Virgin Atlantic, has been the subject of much criticism in the press over recent days.