The government has invested an unprecedented amount of public money into the Treasury to shore up the country not just once but again as we head into a second lockdowns. However, the reality is that some business casualties like Laura Ashley and Debenhams may have had their day and Covid did not cause their demise.
As the city continues to reopen safely, LCCI is supporting a citywide campaign, Because I’m a Londoner, that aims to get London’s economy going and encourages people to get behind their local businesses and rediscover their neighbourhoods.
With coronavirus continuing to impact the country and the NHS under increasing pressure, LCCI members have been playing a key role in helping the capital and health service to respond to the crisis. From providing bikes so NHS staff can commute safely, to provision of accommodation, food, and supplies, appeals for PPE for disability carers,
Like many members and LBM readers, the LCCI is an SME without a dedicated risk management team to plan a way through the challenges presented by Coronavirus. We can all learn from each other and below Deborah Jarvis, the Chamber’s operations director, shares the way the LCCI has approached the situation so that companies can
The spread of coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) is a potentially high-impact event, outside of the control of businesses. But what rights do you have if you or your suppliers are prevented from performing your contractual obligations due to the coronavirus outbreak?