30th March 2020
Small businesses are the backbone of the UK’s business economy, driving growth, nurturing talent and giving high streets up and down the country some individual spark.
At challenging times like this where most customer-facing businesses have been forced to close their doors or very quickly adapt, they are facing the biggest threat in history.
At the moment there is no clear guidance on when social-distancing rules will be relaxed, and small businesses could face months without their main source of income. Now is a time where everyone can try to do their bit to support their local small businesses. Whether that is your local artisan gift shop, a local hairdresser, an independent florist or your favourite high street restaurant.
Here are some small things that you can do to help support your local entrepreneurs and independent business owners.
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If you are a small business yourself and are looking for legal support, then please get in touch. Our Business Team offers legal expertise in Commercial Property, Employment Law, Dispute Resolution and Commercial Law.
Call us on 01256 844888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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