In a series of quick-fire client interviews held during lockdown, Jeffreys Henry LLP speaks to Albert Azis-Clauson, CEO and founder of UnderPinned, a freelancing company designed to lift the administrative weight of freelancing off your shoulders. Albert delves into the many ways in which COVID-19 has impacted the freelancing industry, discusses UnderPinned’s quick invoicing service and explains how freelancers will be key in the rebuilding of the economy.
The latest in our quick-fire client interviews held during lockdown: Social Distancing with Katrina Kutchinsky, founder of AKA Communications, an independent Communications and PR agency. Katrina explains how hospitality businesses can bounce back post-COVID and gives us an insight into the Soho Summer Street Festival.
The first in a series of quick-fire client interviews held during lockdown, we speak to Chris Miller, founder of White Rabbit Fund, backer of restaurant brands such as Kricket, Kym’s, Lina Stores and Island Poke, and a star of BBC’s Million Pound Menu. Chris discusses how they have been affected by Covid-19, how operators should plan ahead and shares his advice to other restaurateurs.
The government has classed the CBILS and the Bounce Back Loan as ‘Notified State Aid’ (NSA) under the European Commission’s new Temporary Framework for COVID-19. If a company receives CBILS or the Bounce Back Loan, then it will not be possible to claim SME R&D Tax Relief for that project as a company can only be in receipt of one form of NSA on any one project.
Following the recent developments surrounding COVID 19, our top priority remains the health and well-being of our colleagues, whilst ensuring that we are available to continue to deliver a high quality service to all our clients. We have long been a supporter of agile working and have invested heavily in secure, cloud based technology. As a result, we do not expect day-to-day business to be impacted, but have implemented a range of measures to ensure an uninterrupted service
Updated 1 July 2020. Read more about COVID-19 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, how to apply for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and how to furloughed workers. It was confirmed that the Government will help employers pay wages via the COVID-19 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. It is understood any business that “furloughed workers” will be eligible for the scheme.