Brian Keegan: Our newfound unemployment crisis requires quick and easy supports

For struggling business owners, the complex range of proposed solutions is simply bewildering

17th May, 2020
Brian Keegan: Our newfound unemployment crisis requires quick and easy supports
The coronavirus is decimating employment, but tackling it is now creating a whole new industry of its own

The coronavirus is decimating employment, but tackling it is now creating a whole new industry of its own. The complexity of existing support, solutions and proposed solutions is multiplying by the day.

There are at least a dozen state-supported funding options announced, from the Covid-19 working capital scheme to the SME credit guarantee scheme. These are worthwhile incentives in their own right. Nevertheless, for many business owners struggling to deal with the day-to-day practicalities of...

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