Hammersmith & Fulham Council is doing everything it possibly can to support local businesses in these unprecedented times.
We have so far delivered more than £43m of grants to local businesses.
More than 2,500 businesses have now received the crucial lifeline from the council, with more payments currently on the way to qualifying businesses.
Businesses which have sent in their details to the business rates team are advised to check their bank accounts over the next seven days for payment.
Those businesses which have not already sent in their details should email their bank details and address to firstname.lastname@example.org now.
“The business grants we are delivering to firms is just one of the ways we’re working with local businesses to give them the vital support they need in these difficult times,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy.
“If you qualify for a grant and have not sent in your details please do it now. We all need to do whatever we can to support our local businesses. We want to ensure our local economy bounces back stronger than ever after the coronavirus crisis.”
The council’s Business Desk is still your first port of call for business support and has dealt with more than 700 enquiries since the coronavirus lockdown began.
The free business support service continues to provide:
- bookable 1-2-1 advice clinics with a business expert
- business resilience support consultations
- help developing a business plan for recovery
- consultation with a business advisor to explore adapting your business model so you can stay open
- H&F Enterprise Club sessions covering a variety of business topics.
This support service is provided online and via the phone due to public health guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you would like to find out more or need some business advice and support, please email email@example.com or call 020 8753 5585.
Shop Local Shop Safe
As the coronavirus outbreak brings drastic changes to life in Hammersmith & Fulham, we all need to do everything we possibly can to help our local economy bounce back stronger than ever.
That’s why we’ve launched our new Shop Local Shop Safe campaign, in partnership with local business leaders to give our town centres, high streets, retailers, small businesses, arts organisations and markets a boost as the lockdown is eased, and businesses begin to reopen across Hammersmith, Fulham and Shepherds Bush.
While our new H&F Food Guide promoting businesses still delivering food to residents is getting bigger every day. Check it out today.
Businesses can also use our business social media platforms to engage and trade with other local companies below:
- H&F Brill 4 Biz on Twitter
- H&F Brill 4 Biz on Facebook
- H&F Brill 4 Biz on LinkedIn
- H&F Brill 4 Biz Instagram
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