Issue 6 - Top Tips

10 Things to do after Covid-19

There’s no two ways about it, we are all itching to get back to some sense of ‘normal’ and we’re already looking forward to what we’re going to do! What are you most looking forward to?

  1. Celebrate belated family birthdays
  2. Take the pet to the vet for a check up
  3. Catch up on health appointments, such as the dentist
  4. Have a hair cut
  5. Visit a relative
  6. Get back to doing 10,000 steps per day
  7. Book a UK holiday
  8. Treat yourself to a meal out to support your local restaurant
  9. Do something different, like a cookery course
  10. Continue to foster community spirit

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Track cashflow… to be in the know!

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We’re all in this together

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From the Business Godparent

Are you looking for business funding?

Essendon may be able to help… If you run your own company then there’ll be a time when you need to raise some business funding. It can be quite a daunting task in these uncertain times.

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Dodging the scammers

The government is wisely advising us to stay at home. The medical experts are wisely advising us to wash our hands frequently. And now, the cybersecurity gurus are wisely advising us to be even more vigilant regarding coronavirus scams. Insidious as it is… there are people out there still trying to do digital harm. But we won’t let them beat us!

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Issue 6 - Top Tips

Cyber-attack… it follows a process

As we are currently very aware, “attack” on our world can come from many angles. But there is still one that businesses, perhaps more than ever, need to protect against constantly; cyber-attack. Some businesses don’t think they’ll be a target, but the problem is that if it does strike it can have a considerable impact on operations, cash flow and reputation; and in reality all businesses are potential targets. So with that said, what happens? And what can you do to help prevent it?

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