Salisbury Business Improvement District

Business support webinar with John Glen MP

21st April 2020

Join our weekly business support webinars for the latest news and guidance to support Salisbury's businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic.

This week Salisbury's MP, John Glen, will be joining our business support webinar to provide an update on the latest information and to answer questions from the audience.

Please email questions in advance to

Our panel of local experts will also be on hand once again to answer questions from Salisbury's businesses.

Tuesday 28th April 2020 at 9am.

Register in advance here to join the webinar.

You can watch the webinar back here

Our panel of experts are:
Keith Hanson (Salisbury BID Chair) - Personnel Placements
Dean Speer (Salisbury BID Vice Chair) - Myddelton & Major
Hugh Davies (Salisbury BID Finance Director) - Hugh Davies & Co Accountants
Stephen Oxley (Salisbury BID Legal Director) - Wilsons Solicitors

Thank you to our panel of local experts who are providing their time and knowledge free of charge to support other businesses in Salisbury.

This is a free webinar for the businesses of Salisbury, brought to you by Salisbury BID.

Keith Hanson, Chair of Salisbury BID and Director of Personnel Placements, said: “The BID’s role in this crisis is to support businesses by providing them with the information they need in order for them to plan their survival and recovery strategies. Our weekly business support webinars are proving to be really valuable, and we’ve received some great feedback from businesses. We’re delighted John Glen has made time available to join us on Tuesday’s webinar to update businesses and answer their questions.”

John Glen, MP for Salisbury and Economic Secretary to the Treasury, said: “I am delighted to have been invited to take part in the business support webinar organised by Salisbury BID. After a month of numerous announcements of new schemes from the Treasury I am sure there are many questions and comments from local businesses and I will be pleased to go through the measures we are taking to support the economy during this challenging time.”