TAKE PART IN THE LATEST BUSINESS IMPACT TRACKER, 
SIGN-UP FOR SAFARI NETWORKING, ACCESS THE BACK TO BUSINESS PROGRAMME AND READ THE LATEST ON THE £1.57BN SUPPORT PACKAGE
daily update from John Bridge OBE DL



COVID-19 Business Impacts Tracker - Tranche 9

Your help would be much appreciated with this 5 minute Business Impacts Tracker. 
Please just take a few minutes of your time to tell us the immediate economic conditions you are facing, possible changes to your business investment, and what obstacles you may be facing in restarting or maintaining operations. The tracker can be accessed here .


Networking and Wellbeing

Our next virtual safari networking event takes place tomorrow from 11.00am-1.00pm. The event will allow you to form new connections and provide the opportunity to share your current experiences and gain advice and ideas from others.

Our guest speaker is Krystyna Gibbons, Senior Business Consultant at Westfield Health, provider of the Chamber Primary Health Plan. Krystyna will talk about wellbeing and the benefits for Chamber members that take out the Westfield package.

Delegates will receive a copy of the Divided Together report after the event which details the hidden tensions between UK workers and how Covid-19 has profoundly reshaped employee attitudes and expectations.

Register your place today


Barclays Back to Business Programme

The Barclays Build for tomorrow programme has been launched and provides the help of a free online toolkit.

The Back to Business Programme created by Barclays with Cambridge Judge Business School is an online toolkit that you can navigate in your own time, developed especially for small-to-medium sized enterprises.

When you’re living through a crisis, it can be difficult to visualise what business will be like when it ends. You don’t have to figure this out on your own. The challenges your business is facing right now are understood which is why this programme has been created.


You can register here for FREE now.


£1.57 billion support package for cultural and heritage organisations

Britain’s globally renowned arts, culture and heritage industries will receive a world-leading £1.57 billion rescue package to help weather the impact of coronavirus, the government announced yesterday.

The money, which represents the biggest ever one-off investment in UK culture, will provide a lifeline to vital cultural and heritage organisations across the country hit hard by the pandemic. It will help them stay afloat while their doors are closed. Funding to restart paused projects will also help support employment, including freelancers working in these sectors.

Further details of the announcement can be found here



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01223 237414 •  enquiries@cambscci.co.uk
Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce

Clifford House • 2 Station Yard • Oakington • CB24 3AH • United Kingdom

www.cambridgeshirechamber.co.uk