Exmouth Chamber Coronavirus Online Business Support Seminar 8 July 2020

On Wednesday 8 July at 10:00am, Exmouth Chamber will be hosting the sixth in a series of popular and very successful online meetings for Chamber Members and local businesses to discuss the effects of Covid-19 on their business so far and receive advice about the various grants and provisions available. 

Our panel of experts, Ian MacQueen, Business Guru and Chair of Exmouth Chamber of Commerce, Chartered Accountant Ruskin Wilson from Thompson Jenner LLP, Exmouth, Human Resources Specialist, Belinda Newton from The HR Dept, Exeter , Lisa Bowman, Town Clerk from Exmouth Town Council, together with other local business specialists, will be on hand to listen to your concerns and to give help & advice.

Our Chamber Secretary, Laura Woodward-Drake, and Vice-Chair, John Thorogood, will be available to answer questions on our expanding #LoveLocal Business Support initiative and the upcoming Exmouth Chamber Virtual Business Awards 2020. 

This forum will focus on sharing experiences and plans for the re-opening of sectors, using the Government’s road map.

The session will cover the following agenda:

– Who has “re-opened” so far and what hurdles have they faced/overcome?

– How has “un-furloughing” staff gone ?

– What market trends are we seeing with local spend?

– What do businesses need in order to look to re-open safely and restore local consumer confidence?

– How can we promote “love local” to support your business?

These sessions are designed to establish :

What is currently of most concern for businesses, employers, employees and the self-employed in the immediate future

 For our panel of experts to advise on those concerns

How the Chamber and its contacts can best represent and assist local businesses to collaborate on solutions found

The Exmouth Chamber of Commerce Exec team are passionate about being proactive to ensure local businesses can weather this storm and so the aim of this forum is to share business knowledge and lend an ear to those affected by the uncertainty.
To subscribe to the online forum, please register by clicking here.

You will be then be sent joining instructions by email prior to the event as to how to take part in the discussion.

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