March 20, 2020

Useful resources for businesses during Corona crisis

March 20, 2020

Useful resources for businesses during Corona crisis

We have gathered links and resources with useful information for companies. The current situation in Sweden and in the world could prove challenging for small and medium sized enterprises. We have gathered some useful links and resources available for entrepreneurs, startups and companies in Sweden.

If you as an entrepreneur has temporary payment difficulties due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, there is a possibility to apply for deferment of tax payment. Read more over at Swedish Tax Agency’s website (in Swedish). Companies with employees are also able to apply for a short-time work allowance. This means that employer’s personnel costs can be reduced by one-half at the same time as the employee recieves 90% of his or her wages. Read more at Tillväxtverket’s website.

Funds are also available for SMEs that will contribute to the goals of the European Green Deal and the global sustainability goals of Agenda 2030. Last date for applying is May 19. Read more here (in Swedish).

There are plenty of business advisors in the Stockholm Region. Over at Verksam’s website, you can use a tool to find the right advisor for your business. If your company is based in the City of Stockholm, the local municipality is now taking a number of measures in order to create relief for the local business community. Read more at their website (in Swedish). 

 

Continuous updates for business owners

Verksam is updating their website with the latest information for business owners. Read more at their website.

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