Coverage Report 7 May 2020
Prioritising Cash, Pragmatism, Collaboration, Innovation, Availing of the Supports that are out there and Safe Practices in all that we do are key to getting through the current crisis and being in a position to both contribute to, and benefit from, the Recovery. All this and more from our latest Zoom Webinar.
Keeping Business Moving – Managing your Supply Chain during the Crisis, Zoom Webinar, Friday 3 April 2020
It’s vital to respect the health guidelines so that we minimise Covid-19 impacts now BUT ALSO so that we all avoid a second round of mass infections after we survive the current round. The most immediately useful exercise we can all be doing in our businesses is a rolling 13-week Cashflow forecast and to update it in real time [...]
“Today’s measures are a welcome further step; businesses and employees will appreciate clarity on what they can continue to do and financial support for what they can’t.” 24 March 2020 – The Family Business Network Ireland has this afternoon welcomed the Government’s newest series of measures to combat COVID-19 and to safeguard the Irish economy. [...]
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Business Supports Please see below a list of information, advice and supports from Government and Industry to support businesses in coping with the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. This is a dynamic list that will be constantly updated. Central Bank of Ireland Statement: Central Bank of Ireland (18 March) Statement by the Governor of the [...]
We know that Family-owned businesses have had to react and adapt quickly to the threat with very little line of sight in preparing for staff working remotely and implementing measures in the workplace to protect those who cannot work from home. That’s why we’re devoting all our activity at the Family Business Network right now [...]
FBN Ireland participated in a Public Consultation with the Department of Finance on CGT Entrepreneur Relief . Please find our Entrepreneur Relief Consultation Submission document below.
FBN Ireland participated in a Public Consultation with the Department of Finance on the Key Employee Engagement Programme (KEEP). Please find our KEEP Consultation Submission document below.