Our key focus throughout the pandemic has been to bring our members information promptly and succinctly so that they have the tools to make changes in their business that will make a difference.
Our Support Guides were formed as a response to this, so that we could share the key details of restrictions, financial support and key tips to those that needed someone to break down the paragraphs of new information, from an operator's perspective.
This guidance covers topics such as test & trace, ventilation, taking payments and customer flow.
On hand to deliver information quickly and effectively, Our Support Guides cover everything from reopening checklists, available funding and restrictions.
Accessible to BII members and non-members alike, our FAQs have been created in collaboration with BBPA and UKH, helping to clear up some of the finer points from Government guidance as you reopen.
BII members have access to our Financial Support page that charts how to access funding, charitable support and deal with insurance claims.
Packed with great links to relevant training, licensing queries and maintaining a covid-secure approach in your business.
If you are choosing to diversify and reap the rewards of a second income stream to fuel your recovery, BII members can access all the advice and ideas to help decide your next steps.
Now a Government requirement for access to your premises, we've put together guidance for BII members charting the information you need to gather and store safely, as well as printable sign in sheets.
Our positive printable posters ensure your guests are engaged with the restrictions they need to adhere to. You're sure to make your customers smile.
From our directory of Trusted Partners, Shield Safety Group have been providing BII members with access to their Covid-19 Helpline, offering free risk assessments for reopening and beyond.
Created by the Government, this resource enables you to search for any funding your business is eligible for. Simply input a few details and you'll be met with options for grants and loans.
The Food Standards Agency has put together some information for businesses looking to diversify and sell products online or via distanced delivery systems.