IPA backs free Coronavirus recovery advice line for SMEs

The scheme is looking for business experts to offer a one-hour free call a month to SMEs who need advice.

The IPA is calling on industry leaders to volunteer as business advisors for the Recovery Advice for Business Scheme.

The scheme, a partnership between the Professional and Business Services Sector and Enterprise Nation, is supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. Its purpose is to offer thousands of SMEs free advice to help them recover from the impact of the Coronavirus crisis.

The scheme is looking for business experts to offer a one-hour free call a month to SMEs who need advice on topics from accounting to advertising, HR and legal affairs through the Enterprise Nation platform (free to access until 31/12/2020).

How you can get involved

Register as a Business Adviser volunteer by completing this form and enter this coupon code: ADVPLUS2020.
Complete your profile on Enterprise Nation by uploading a photo, add this copy to your bio and include your company details. The more information you provide, the more SMEs will understand how your advice can help them.

Any questions? Click here to see FAQs on the programme. For more information contact Matthew Evans at the Advertising Association.

Last updated 21 July 2020