Finding unique ways to adapt when lockdown affected supplies as well as staying positive has helped Colchester-based florist, Flowers by Molly Louise, find new opportunities in tough times.
The biggest challenge of the pandemic for London Green Cycles was undoubtedly uncertainty, but says owner, Roman Magula, there have also been unexpected positives.
Running supplier Runderwear hit an abrupt wall as lockdown descended. But the business used the pause to discover new routes to growth.
As we start to move from a crisis state to business as usual, clients, colleagues & friends are talking to me about what I call “Recovery Planning”. How do they start to position themselves, their families & their firms for the “new normal” of the post CV-19 pandemic lockdown?
Since CV-19 became a regular feature in our lives, I have been speaking with UK tech leaders about how CV-19 is shaping their customers, the buying journey and their markets.
The pandemic has dramatically shaken supply and demand and put many supplier relationships through the ultimate test, but it’s not just in times of crisis that we should be fostering a positive partnership with our suppliers.
When lockdown hit the Chesterfield high street where Ingmans was based, it was a wake-up call for owner Andy Ingman to accelerate the plans he already had in place for the business.
Spotting an opportunity and deciding to invest isn’t easy when business falls away overnight, but Röski Director Kevin McMullen’s plan has put the renowned restaurant in pole position to recover quickly.
With its traditional client base in disarray, a Kent-based grower swiftly sought out customers in fresh fields – and joined forces with other providers hit by pandemic lockdown.
COVID-19 has created fundamental changes to the way we live and work and has affected the obligations, rights and responsibilities of both employers and employees. We look at what’s changed and what hasn’t to help keep your business on the right side of the law.
Feeling the initial impact of COVID-19, businesses may have focused on cutting back to find efficiencies. However, as we move to recovery, how do you ensure efficiency doesn’t come at the cost of your ability to move forward?
With the wide-reaching impact of the pandemic, ‘normal’ seems a long way off, and growth may feel unreachable. Find out how to get your business back on track and prepare for growth without compromising stability, with insight from HSBC UK Area Director, Gareth Anderson.