Are you concerned about how your business will cope through the Coronavirus Crisis?

The outbreak of Covid-19 Coronavirus has affected and taken thousands of lives around the world already. But it is also having a growing impact on the global economy and probably your business.

The fact is that just as some people will die from the coronavirus, some businesses will fail. And in the case of businesses, the best precaution is not handwashing whilst singing happy birthday.

We know that most of our clients are very worried about the impact on our business and we are keen to try and help do whatever we can.

This is why we have created the A4G Coronavirus Business Advice Hub.

We will be updating this hub every weekday to provide you with the best advice and tips for getting your business through the current crisis.

Advice and tips 

Thoughts from the weekend

On Friday and Saturday, we pause our technical content and let our Managing Partner, Malcolm, go rogue
and provide some food for thought and strategic advice to help businesses.

Our working arrangements

In line with the current guidance from the Government, from 25th March we have taken the decision to close our office until the current crisis is over. The office will be manned by one member of staff who will be answering calls and dealing with the admin that cannot be done outside of the office. 

We are therefore closed for all client meetings, but you can drop off records and other information that you need into our office. We would ask if you could please leave these at the front door and call our main line (01474 953 856) and a member of staff will come and collect the records, in line with the government recommendations of social distancing. 

This won’t impact our clients as we have systems and working from home arrangements in place to ensure everything still runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. All of our Principal Advisers and Client Managers are available on the phone and by virtual meetings to provide the continuity of service that you need during this difficult time.

If you have a Skype account, please ensure you provide your Client Manager and Principal Adviser with your Skype address. If not, click here to download instructions of how to download and create a Skype account.

The health and safety of our staff and clients is the highest of priority to us. Thank you for understanding.