New eBusiness UK deal offers lifeline to struggling businesses

Nasir Kothia eBusiness UK

Blackburn-based web design and digital marketing agency eBusiness UK is offering a lifeline to help Lancashire businesses continue trading throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

The long-established company, which has been designing, building and promoting websites for more than 20 years, is countering cash flow concerns by offering delayed, interest-free payments on new projects.

Instead of the industry standard up-front payment, costs can be spread over the next 12 months. The deal covers the design and build of new websites, including ecommerce operations which will enable retailers who have had to close their doors during the lockdown to find new markets and continue generating income.

eBusiness UK’s expert team can also take a project from initial design to trading online within four weeks, giving customers a quick, reliable and affordable way to upgrade their web presence.

Nasir Kothia, director at eBusiness UK, said: “The coronavirus pandemic is having a serious impact on the cashflow of businesses throughout the county and this is our way of easing the pressure and helping local businesses.

“As difficult as conditions are right now, it’s absolutely vital to maintain some form of online presence and to prepare your operation for the end of the lockdown period. Businesses that continue to invest right now will be those that find it easiest to get back to normal again once this crisis is behind us.”

The eBusiness UK offer is open to all types of businesses affected by the current pandemic, including private, public and third sector organisations including charities and not-for-profit companies.

Nasir added: “The general feeling among the businesses we have talked to throughout Lancashire is that ‘we will get through this’. The best chance we have is to come together, treat each other with empathy and understanding and do what we can to help. When we work as a community, we can keep businesses trading, help preserve the county’s economy and save jobs.”