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Information and support to help manage the impact of COVID-19

Please stay updated on health guidelines from trusted sources such as the NHS, the World Health Organization (WHO), Scottish Government and the UK Government.

The information and support available to help tackle the impact of COVID-19 is changing rapidly. To keep up to date with what is relevant for your business use the following links to Government websites and other support organisations.  

There is also information on the digital Women’s Business Centre.

  • Find information for businesses on the Scottish Government's dedicated business support website 

  • The UK Government has provided information for employees, employers and businesses on its COVID-19 guidance page 

  • You can find out more support available at the Government’s Business Support finder

  • Scottish Enterprise information for helping businesses manage the impact of Coronavirus 

  • Business Gateway has collated a range of useful information about managing the impact of COVID-19

  • The FSB is providing regular COVID-19 updates, information and advice for small business and the self-employed 

  • HMRC have launched a helpline to help businesses concerned about paying their tax due to Coronavirus 

  • ACAS have created a resource of advice for employers and employees 

  • Crowdfunder and Enterprise Nation have launched their Pay It Forward campaign to support the UK's 5.9 million small businesses 

  • The National Cyber Security Centre has prepared guidance on how to prepare your organisation for an increase in home working, along with advice on spotting coronavirus scam emails

While hospitals and governments work to keep people healthy and safe, many businesses need to keep functioning, not only to provide customers with what they need during this period but to keep staff in employment.

The situation is changing daily, if not hourly in some cases, so get support from your business networks, keep your business safe and follow the guidelines being issued by the Government and the NHS.

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