A guide to: after furlough

Business beyond the furlough scheme

The government’s furlough scheme has been accessed by more than a million businesses to help pay the wages of nearly 10 million employees, but this lifeline is likely to end on October 31.

Through this feature, we will help Lancashire businesses to survive once this vital source of funds has been removed. We need your help in advising our 50,000 readers on what happens next.

We’ll look at the HR and employment law aspects of changing workforces, we’ll talk to finance experts and funders to help ease financial worries and hear from a range of experts about doing business beyond the furlough scheme.

We are seeking input from every business expert who can help alleviate the worries of business owners throughout the county, and to help decision-makers make smart moves that help companies - and the economy - to survive and, ultimately, flourish in these most difficult of times.

We have opportunities for: The full spectrum of business support and expertise: finance experts, sources of funding, legal professionals including employment law, human resources and training, business advisors, support services and more.

We are offering: Your booking will include a by-lined article to showcase your advice, alongside a quarter-page to promote your branding, contact details and key messages. Your article will feature in our print publication, our website and will be promoted on our weekly email newsletter and our social media channels.

About Lancashire Business View: Lancashire Business View is a trusted source of news and advice for 50,000 readers in Lancashire. Our features are well-respected, well-read and give you an unrivalled opportunity to showcase your brand, your expertise and your key messages.

More details: To inquire about this feature or to book your place, please contact Stephen Bolton on 01254 297870 or stephen@lancashirebusinessview.co.uk