In such uncertain times and with so many unknowns ahead, it's understandable that people might be fearful and reactive; even more so if you own a business or work for yourself.
With recent closures of services in the professional beauty industry, it's now time for beauty businesses to amplify the prescription and gift voucher side of their retail business.
It’s a crucial time in your business, and any money you can bring in now will help you get back on your feet faster when you can open your doors again. Your clients are the key to keeping your cash-flow coming in during this time, and we’re here to show you how you can keep giving your clients the love they need, so they help you generate the revenue you need.
This article provides guidance and answers to frequently asked questions regarding the effects of COVID-19 on Australian members’ businesses, their staff and their entitlements.
Andrew Barraclough has been a chartered accountant for more than 20 years, and is a company director for UK-based Salon Frog, a specialist accounting company for the owners of hair salons, beauty salons, barber shops and spa. In this article he details all of the financial relief options available for UK businesses.
In times like these, we need to find creative ways to keep in touch with each other - which is especially important in service-based industries when communication with clients is super important. Timely’s SMS campaigns feature lets you keep clients updated with key information using a range of filters, and we’ll show you how in this blog.
The Australian Federal Government’s economic response has been created to help you manage short-term cash flow challenges, retain your employees, and support business continuity. Here’s a breakdown of what’s on offer and some info on how to apply.
Amongst all the uncertainty at the moment, it’s been awesome to see how our communities are rallying together to support service based businesses. We know that it’s a really tough time for many of you. Our customers are our sun and we want to provide as much support as we can, so we’ve put together some tips to help with your cashflow, even if your doors are closed.
At 1.40pm on Monday 23 March 2020 New Zealand’s Alert level was increased to level 3 and is moving to Alert level 4 in 48 hours. This means non-essential businesses must close for at least four weeks while the country is on lockdown. Essential services are defined as: supermarkets, pharmacies, clinics and lifeline utilities. See the full list.