Supporting your business during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Find out what you can expect from us as well as ways to support your business

Get informed

The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is creating unique challenges for small businesses throughout the UK. As such, we’ve compiled a brief guide to inform you about what 123 Reg is doing as well as any steps you can take to help keep your business going.
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The Financial Support Available During COVID-19 and Beyond

Looking for ways to help keep your business afloat? Check out our insightful webinar, in which we enlisted the help of online accountancy firm Crunch to explain how you could receive financial support from the government. This includes:

  • tick Applying for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans (CBIL)
  • tick Staying on top of your cashflow
  • tick Dealing with business losses
  • tick Preparing for the post-lockdown future

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Putting our customers first

Some of our customers have implemented unique strategies to continue offering their services and overcome the fact that their customer base has begun self-isolating, or to assist NHS workers. While these measures might not be viable for every business, it’s worth considering how exactly you could cater your business accordingly.

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Pick for Britain

Helping to bring employers and farm workers together to ensure that the public can continue to enjoy British fruit and veg.

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The Spirit of Manchester

Converted its distillery operations to produce hand sanitiser for the NHS Nightingale Hospital NW.

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Dorset Nectar

Offering a free, sterilised delivery service within 10 miles of Bridport.

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Kitchen CUT

Created a free online tool (F+B To Go) that allows restaurants to set up an online menu and ordering system that they can embed on their own website.

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The Kent Foodie

Offering full-page adverts in their magazine for only £35.

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The Sweet Cabin

Offering free local deliveries on online orders of £10 or more.

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hiyacar

Offering free car hire to all key workers throughout the UK (excluding insurance).

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yourparkingspace

Offering NHS workers free parking at 900+ car parks across the UK.

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timetohelp

A hub for people looking for help and support as well as those who wish to volunteer and fundraise for organisations in Lancashire.

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Toast Ale

Have removed delivery charges on their products.

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Body Electric Dance Studios

Currently streaming classes to their dance groups.

We’d love to know how you’re adapting your business and showcase your story above! Get in touch with us at pr@123-reg.co.uk and tell us what you’re doing to make a difference.

What 123 Reg is doing

Want to know what we’re doing to assist our customers and employees during COVID-19? Check out some of the most frequently asked questions below.

Frequently asked questions

Helpful blog articles

Here are a few articles we’ve produced featuring general tips and advice on how you can adapt your business and make the most out of the current situation.

  • Four ways to communicate to customers when you can’t meet face-to-face

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  • Five tools for your remote team to stay productive and connected

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  • Working From Home: Location, Location, Location

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  • Six tips to make remote working work for you

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  • Six types of discount strategies for small businesses

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  • Your checklist of 10 must-have features for your first ecommerce site

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These and many other helpful articles can all be found on our blog.

Government and local advice

Stay on top of the latest information and advice for businesses as well as recent updates to local restrictions and national guidelines by visiting the government’s official website.

Be sure to check out the latest health guidance from the NHS and World Health Organisation as well.