Planning For Your Business Post Covid-19 Webinar

Planning For Your Business Post Covid-19 Webinar

Our new East Anglia Business Webinar Series is a 6-part series for organisations across East Anglia to discuss hot topics in business right now.

As businesses are taking steps to come out of lockdown and support the local economy, everyone inevitably faces challenging times ahead. In this series, you will meet Hayley Murfitt and a range of guests from local companies to discuss business across East Anglia. You will be able to ask live questions to our expert panel and find new ways for your business to come out stronger.

Episode 5: Planning For Your Business Post Covid-19

The safety and wellbeing of workers is now number one priority for businesses. First and foremost, we must ensure that employees are as safe as possible, then businesses can begin planning for post COVID-19 working conditions. Including; securing financial sustainability, assessing the resilience of supply chains and reinforcing essential systems to support unprecedented levels of remote working

Topics we will be covering, include:

  • Companies who have gone digital are adapting to the crisis better than their peers.
  • Adjustments to make for the safety and wellbeing of employees
  • How leaders need to devise a lockdown exit strategy
  • Communication with employees, customers and suppliers



Federation of small businesses help page

Enterprise East Cambridgeshire interactive map

Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce  



Hayley Murfitt
Director of Sales @ Neaves & Neat
Hayley has worked for Neaves & Neat for over 15 years, placing people into businesses across East Anglia. Hayley is proud to support local businesses as their consistent, long-term recruitment partner and loves supporting people on their job search journey.


Jeremy Reeve
Membership Advisor @FSB                                                                                                As Regional Membership Advisor for the FSB Jeremy Reeve represents members in the East of  England. He has had huge influence on making change and influencing policy – recently securing a £940 million reduction in business rates for small firms; a freeze on the VAT threshold as well as on fuel duty.


Jo Evans
Economic Development Officer @Enterprise East Cambridgeshire                               Jo Evans is the Economic Development Officer for Enterprise East Cambridgeshire and Chair of Ely Chamber of Commerce.



Gary Frear 
Director @Price Bailey LLP                                                                                                 As a Director within the business team he acts for a large number of owner-managed businesses with a wealth of experience in accounting and taxation matters. Gary is very hands-on with his work and has built strong relationships with clients since his arrival. We were pleased that a significant number of clients decided to join Gary when he moved to Price Bailey.