We’ve teamed up with the UK Domain to bring you a survey on how small businesses have been feeling about their situation throughout coronavirus.
So, over to you. We would love to hear your thoughts – please take a few minutes to complete the survey below.
How coronavirus has affected small businesses so far
Coronavirus has had a damaging effect across the globe, changing the way that we live.
Fortunately, the government and private companies have grants, loans and extra support for struggling business owners.
If you’re not familiar with them already, you can learn more about them below:
Research that we carried out earlier in the year showed that 53 per cent of our readers had their CBILS applications rejected, even after Rishi Sunak had loosened the scheme.
Now that lockdown has started to ease and we’ve seen outdoor markets and car showrooms open up, with non-essential outlets opening up on 15 June. Bars, hotels, restaurants and cafes will likely be resuming from early July as long as they comply with social distancing measures. Even with some customers reluctant to return, it’s seems as if we’re looking at a better period ahead for small business owners.