We support Enterprise Nation’s ‘Recovery Advice for Business Scheme’
Kreston Reeves is supporting the Recovery Advice for Business Scheme, a partnership between the Professional and Business Services Sector and Enterprise Nation, supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
The scheme offers free resources and business advice for small and medium-sized businesses that have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. The Scheme runs until December 2020.
A number of Partners at Kreston Reeves, including Anne Dwyer, Mark Attwood and Jake Standing have signed up to support the Scheme by volunteering their time to provide one-hour sessions with business owners on a variety of topics, including accountancy, cashflow management and tax advice.
Businesses that register can take a business health check and receive recommendations to relevant advisers, content and events.
Anne Dwyer, Partner at Kreston Reeves comments “We’re delighted to be supporting the Recovery Advice for Business Scheme to provide vital support to businesses that may now be struggling.
“We would urge businesses who are struggling to look out for additional support available to them during this time and take up these opportunities. Try and avoid making decisions in haste. Pause, breathe and assess all your options, including the support available to you.
“Throughout the pandemic, we have been working closely with our clients to offer support and guidance. We are also hosting a complimentary ‘Looking ahead’ webinar series to help businesses reach a brighter future throughout this period”.
To find out more about the Scheme and how you can access the support and advice, visit Enterprise Nation’s website Recovery Advice for Business Scheme.
Find more information about our free ‘Looking ahead’ webinars here.
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