Today's announcement by Chancellor Rishi Sunak has bought about some innovative solutions to help the UK economy to recover after the COVID19 crisis. This is a helpful roundup to show you the schemes available that might prove to be a lifeline for your business. 

Gym-boss Amanda Mammadova has expanded Newport Pagnell based Rebellion Fitness for the second time in 12 months and now offers memberships to people who want an all over workout and the chance to push things, pull things, slam, throw, punch and lift! Due to the changing needs of her clients, Amanda has adapted her serviced unit for rent in Milton Keynes so that she has a single studio, separated by an archway, so she’s able to run training classes whilst her members have their own workout in a different part of the studio.

It might be a difficult time to make desicions right now, but looking at your office space could be a brilliant business move right now. We've done some research about the state of the office rental market and pulled together some articles to help you decide how you might want to plan your office space as you start to bring your teams back to work.

The schemes are changing at a rapid pace in order to reflect the changing needs of the country during the Coronavirus pandemic. It's always worth referring back to the official government sources, such as the website, however we wanted to provide a helpful update about the Furlough scheme, which has seen 8.4 million people furloughed since it was introduced in March 2020 (and when everybody started Googling what it meant!)

A brilliant example of how one Bucks Biz resident has changed their approach to support their clients is Malcolm Sackman of TEN Accountants. With a busy accountancy practice providing accountancy services for owner-managed businesses and SMEs across north London and Buckinghamshire, Malcolm knew he needed to do something different to help his clients survive during both the Covid-19 pandemic and the slow down of the economy that’s looking likely as a result.