Business Continuity Support

26 March 2020

The impacts of Covid-19 on health and business are evolving fast. Currently, I am prioritising helping clients who have the greatest need. So, if you need urgent help, please get in touch. It is essential that every business has a plan for dealing with the fallout from this pandemic.

A plan will give you peace of mind and clarity for decision-making for the future of your business, and ensure you access Government support entitlements and maximise opportunities to preserve your cashflow and profitability. In the worst-case scenario, I want you to have certainty about whether your business can continue and plan around that.

I've created some practical content to help you build your Business Continuity Plan. Please click here to download our Guide and Plan Template. This link is password protected, Please email me at info@pavilionaccountancy.co.uk and I will provide you with the password.

There are three ways I can help you using our content:

  1. I can set aside 4 hours to create your Business Continuity Plan online with you.
  2. I can send you our templates and you can draft the plan before meeting with us online for 90-minutes to finalise it.
  3. I can send you the templates and you can create the plan yourself.

Doing nothing here is simply not an option, I will be contacting you to outline these options in more detail. If you want to get started straight away, please let me know.

In the meantime, please understand that I am able to continue work with no disruption to the service I provide. Xero accounting software is cloud based (we can use it via the internet), and I am available via email and mobile. So, contact me if you need our help.

Lastly, now is the time to prioritise your mental health. As they say, put your own oxygen mask on before assisting others. If the situation is affecting you, consider blocking out social media or things that may worsen anxiety, but whatever you do, please stay in touch with me - so that together we set a plan to help you in these difficult times.

Stay safe and best regards,

Nick