As COVID-19 continues to impact the operations of businesses, learn more about the steps your business can implement to minimise the impact on local communities, support the UK government's strategy.

We recognise that businesses will have concerns about COVID-19 and have set up this page to provide a central resource for official support and guidance. This page will be updated on a regular basis as new information is available.

Please find below useful links to a range of resources and organisations offering guidance with managing the impacts of COVID-19 (coronavirus). To get in touch, please call us on 0330 024 0820 or email

Briefing Papers

Get a snapshot of the latest announcements and read about the practical advice for your business, in our range of easy-to-digest briefing papers. This is suitable for business owners or employees looking to learn about prevention measures, working safely and much more.

Black Country Coronavirus Helpline

A dedicated support helpline for businesses to ask questions relating to COVID-19 including, managing the impact, government support and returning to the workplace safely. Questions can also be submitted to

Black Country Business e-Clinics and Webinars

The Chamber is running frequent digital events to help members stay updated and informed with the latest information for their business, this includes hearing from leading experts, influencers and decision-makers.

Staying Informed with the Latest News

Our weekly Chamber bulletin keeps you updated with the latest news, information, events and opportunities taking place in and around the Black Country.

Public Health England

Stay updated with all the latest information from the UK government in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak.

British Chambers of Commerce

Visit the British Chambers’ resource page which is regularly updated with useful content for businesses.

International Trade Advice

The Department of International Trade and UK Export Finance have set up a page to provide support for businesses or exporters disrupted by COVID-19.