Boost has a dedicated #AskForHelp team ready to assist businesses impacted by the coronavirus.
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Boost; supporting Lancashire businesses

Boost is Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub. In the current situation, we have changed our focus from growth to supporting businesses as they feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

The #AskForHelp service is available to all Lancashire business owners. They can call us on 0800 488 0057 to discuss all business issues related to the coronavirus outbreak. Our team will advise where possible, as well as directing businesses to expert advisers across Lancashire.

We have also built a dedicated #AskForHelp hub with resilience guides, access to Government updates and partner advice as well information about webinars, virtual drop-in sessions and other support.

You are not alone in this. #AskForHelp.

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Business Owners – Feeling Confused, Helpless and need Guidance due to coronavirus?  Want to learn how to manage cash, staff,
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Businesses in Lancashire offer accommodation for careworkers during coronavirus
2nd April 2020 | News

Thank you for offers of accommodation for 1,000 key workers in the county

Lancashire businesses have already stepped up and offered accommodation for key workers supporting the coronavirus response in the county.

31st March 2020 | News

Coronavirus: mental health and wellbeing support

The current coronavirus situation is likely to bring added stress to both business owners and staff. There is a wealth of help available in Lancashire.

31st March 2020 | Inspiration & Spotlight

Top health tips to make home-based work for you

Ian Worthington, personal trainer offers guidance to help you look after your physical and mental wellbeing whilst working in isolation at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

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