HospitalityUnited: Our new program to help support hospitality businesses
HospitalityUnited: Our support program for hospitality businesses
As announced by the government, restaurants, bars and pubs will stay closed until further notice. Therefore, a new program is launching at Brigad, to support and help hospitality businesses called HospitalityUnited. This program will gather information and guidance to help you with your business, teams or finances.
The expertise of Brigad’s employees at the service of hospitality businesses.
The skills of Team Brigad are at the service of your business to offer some guidance on several topics that could help you and your business during these challenging times. The team will share with you their advice, updates and developments for the hospitality industry via a newsletter that you will receive weekly.
Information to help you to go through the crisis and prepare for the reopening of your business.
How do I manage with the furlough scheme? What help and financial support can I receive from the government? How do I apply? How do I deal with my finances? We know such topics can be overwhelming and this is why our first newsletter will help provide answers to them.
If you haven’t seen the first newsletter, the content for it is as follows:
- Advice and recommendations for your finances.
- Managing your employees on furlough.
Advice and recommendations for your finances.
Dealing with your Profit and Loss Statement (P&L)
Marc, CFO at Brigad, is sharing a cash forecast tool to help with your finances. It can assist you in checking the potential aid you'll need from the government to maintain your business activity.
Financial help from the government that you could benefit from. Sarah, our financial controller has gathered the different support that the government has put in place to help businesses during this time and she will share her advice.
Managing your employees on furlough
Calixte, HR Manager at Brigad is giving you more information about how to deal with your employees on furlough. Government has put in place the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to help and assist businesses in difficulty who can claim for their employees' wages.
Do you need more information? You can contact us directly on our hotline (Monday to Saturday, from 7.30am to 8pm) if you have any questions and are not sure about the different steps. Our team is still available at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOTLINE: +33 1 84 80 88 89
Are there any topics you'd like to learn about? If you so, don't hesitate to share it with us and we'll make sure we help you learn about them in our next newsletter.
Let's stay united during those challenging times! #hospitalityunited
The Brigad Team ⚡️
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