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Blue Collar Business Counsel
Advisory service for small & micro sized businesses. For those thinking of starting a business, going full time or looking to scale or improve margins.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel 11h
There are always loopholes. MPs and govt advisors will always use a loophole when faced with trouble - you and your business absolutely should too.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel 11h
A big loss for and surrounding area. is bleeding out.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Oct 17
It's not easy, but they're doing it anyway. ‘By May I'd made over £1,000’: teen entrepreneurs defy the Covid slump
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Oct 12
These ads may not be from the govt, but with their logo carried prominently, they are a PR disaster. Messaging and communications from or endorsed by the govt simply not coherent or helpful at present.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Oct 12
The measures may be required but the case hasn't been made yet. There is no confidence in business circles in what the govt is saying. Another example today, is wholly unprepared for this interview. Prepare. Have your evidence ready. Explain. Project confidence.
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Sophie Witts Oct 6
Been chasing MPs today - looks like vote on the 10pm hospitality curfew delayed amid Tory rebellion. Pushed from Weds to likely next week
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Oct 6
Update on gov guidance for hospitality businesses tonight: payments can now be taken at the bar if safety measures are in place.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Oct 5
Do the government have any advisors among them with actual hospitality management / ownership experience? The consequences of the daily knee-jerking decisions, in all sectors of the economy, seem to be taking the cabinet constantly by surprise.
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The Stables MK Sep 30
Red for everyone who should be working in the events industry who can't due to Government restrictions. Many viable businesses and those who worked in viable businesses are prevented from working and are facing a very different future unless action is taken now.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 24
Today, 50 pages of updated guidance, and new laws, have been published by the UK govt. There are now requirements for businesses & employers to keep staff & customers safe, with penalties for non-compliance. For help: 📧 paul@bluecollarbusiness.co.uk
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 21
The govt test & trace app goes live on Thursday. For businesses, the attached is all you need to know and has a link to print off your own QR code poster. Operators will need to keep their existing test & trace recording system for those without the app.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 20
Pretty much every operator in any sector should have already reassessed the service to their customers. Being understanding and flexible is key, especially if you are going to ask the same of your customers.
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The Bear Club Sep 12
On this day 6 years ago, we opened our doors for the first time. We built it and you came.... and then some. Looking forward to swinging the door open yet again. Soon. Much Love. BEAR
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 11
Big news. Gone under the radar a bit this one. If the big corporations can discuss rent cuts, surely the smaller businesses are justified in being involved in conversations too.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 10
Replying to @BlueCounsel
I realise it's a short term solution and there's a bit to think about regarding PAYE and whether the staff then become sole traders, but it's just the start of an idea.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 10
In the current climate of job losses, sickness & having to self isolate with symptoms, both operators and staff may be able to benefit from such a group. Interested to hear thoughts & if positive, set it up (for free & free to use)
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 10
HOSPITALITY BUSINESSES Thinking of starting a Facebook group or similar where operators and staff have a community where last minute staff shortages are shared and then filled via the group. Thoughts? And please share locally
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 9
Hospitality - new rules allow you to have more than 6 people in your venue. You should already be taking precautions to keep customers apart and keeping bookings to a maximum of 6 people. Test & trace taking of customer details is mandatory from Monday.
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 8
Replying to @sophie_etc_
In Leighton Buzzard too. Thought there had been an explosion in the flat downstairs!
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Blue Collar Business Counsel Sep 6
Replying to @BlueCounsel
If you vote, maybe comment further or say whether you're voting as a customer or venue operator.
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