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Guiding your business through unprecedented times

Guiding your business through unprecedented times

The first quarter of 2020 has seen the business landscape change quicker than ever before.


Optimistic aspirations for the new year have quickly turned to concern as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps ahead.


Companies of all sizes have been impacted and it is a particularly challenging time for SMEs who are unlikely to have the resources of larger organisations to draw upon. In circumstances that are changing by the day, management teams are having to make decisions about the best way to protect their staff and their customers.

Doing this means seeking out practical and financial support to ride the current storm and being ready to move forward once the difficulties pass.


Wesleyan Bank has created a guide to help business owners through these turbulent times. The guide focuses on the 5 key areas listed below and outlines the steps you can take to make your business more resilient and access government help where available.


  • Financial planning
  • Staff well-being
  • Mental health
  • Increased cyber-threats
  • Government support


Click here to view the full guide.

Or if you would prefer a snapshot of the information, click here to view our infographic.

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