Coronavirus Hub

Norfolk Chambers is supporting the Norfolk business community - keeping you up to date and working hard to get further clarity on the business support options available.  We will continue to listen to you and ensure that your voice is heard across both the region and nationally.

The Norfolk business community is also pulling together, supporting each other and the wider community - support that ranges from help for the NHS, donation of Personal Protection Equipment and offering free support online to their peers.

Member-to-Member Support

The Norfolk business community is pulling together to offer support to one another through these difficult times; from offering their top tips via blogs and webinars to offering their expertise and services for free or at discount.

  • Blogs
  • News
  • Webinars
  • Offers
Virtual Networking

A brand new way of networking. We will be running regular online networking session to allow businesses to network and create connections in a digital space.



Daily Business Briefing e-Bulletin

In response to the Coronavirus Norfolk Chambers of Commerce have compiled a daily e-bulletin to keep businesses updated on what support is available from the government, from the chamber network and other businesses. 


Chamber Support

Find out how your membership with Norfolk Chambers of Commerce can help to support your businesses during this time. Access support on HR, Legal, Tax and Health & Safety. As well as different ways you can stay connected, promote your business and support others. 


Latest Coronavirus News

From today (Monday 13 July) businesses can register for the Government’s “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme. Under the scheme, announced by the Chancellor in his Economic Statement, diners receiving a government-backed discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks to eat in at participating venues. It will be available Monday to Wednesday from 3 to 31 August 2020. Diners will receive a 50 per cent discount...
There were several announcements last week on the reopening of some sectors and also changes to travel.  Late last week, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden MP announced three phases of reopening for some, but not all, English businesses. Phase one – 11 July Phase one of the reopening relates to a relatively small section of the leisure sector: open air...
Businesses including beauty salons, nail bars and tattoo studios can reopen safely from Monday 13 July.  Whilst outdoor pools can reopen to the public from 11 July followed by indoor gyms, pools and leisure centres on 25 July Commenting on the government’s announcement that some firms in England in the leisure, arts and beauty sectors will be allowed to reopen, Nova Fairbank, Head of Policy for...
Strengthen customer satisfaction, increase productivity, reduce costs, and never rely on paper and pen. Thyngs has introduced an efficient, GDPR compliant, and touch-free customer check-in solution for Businesses and Cities to operate alongside NHS Track & Trace. Using upgraded venue signage and smart marketing material given by Thyngs, merchants are able to setup the secure Check-in service...

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