We need fast action to make the thousands of small businesses throughout South Africa more resilient to coronavirus-related economic disruptions.
Our goal is to make sure businesses stay in business and that we keep
Small businesses are vital economic engines, the mainstay of our economy and the future of job creation. More than two-thirds of the working force work in a small business today. This is why we need to make sure we bridge businesses through these tough times. Our goal is to make sure businesses stay in business and that we keep workers employed. Although this is a time to be careful, it’s not a time to panic and stop shopping locally, it’s the time to stand together.
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The objective of the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Centre is to help small businesses, by taking their pain away during this crisis.
Some of the few key areas include:
Creating a business continuity plan
Digital marketing strategies in a time of crisis
How to handle and implement hygiene protocols and new staff policies
How to move from face-to-face to online meetings
We will also campaign on behalf of all small business to encourage providers to implement:
Low-interest disaster recovery loans
Moratorium on vehicle and equipment leases, bond repayments etc
Negotiating and staying in contact with suppliers
Landlord negotiation with regards to property leases
To all the experts out there, please join us in helping small businesses survive and prosper
We will embrace the input from anyone or organisation that can provide us with invaluable input to ease the pain for every business out there, especially those in dire need of financial relief and general business survival.
Share your struggles with us so we can broadcast your story across all key platforms. In this way many may come to your rescue.