Here at Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation as it continues to develop and we aim to support local businesses at this uncertain time. We have been working with Scottish Chambers of Commerce and taking advice from the UK and Scottish Government and other key partners to inform our members on what’s happening as best we can.

Businesses and citizens should follow all current guidance to minimise the spread of the virus and this page will be updated regularly as and when new information is made available to ensure our members have access to the latest advice and can plan effectively.

Scottish Government's business helpline (0300 303 0660) offers advice and guidance for businesses on Coronavirus. Callers should select option one to speak to the COVID-19 team.

ICC's COVID-19 Daily Update

A daily summary from the Scottish Chamber Network on any recent developments and recent news stories for businesses in relation to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Also included is a link to Inverclyde Councils Daily Briefing on local community activity.

Quick Links - Financial Support

Quick access links to sources of funding to help your business fund loss of earnings through the COVID-19 pandemic. See full breakdown on all schemes on our separate 'Available Support and Funding' page


Workplace Guidance For Micro And Small Businesses

In response to a large number of requests, Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce has created some guidance which provides practical advice for micro (less than 10 employees) and small (less than 50 employees) companies as they plan to re-open their businesses. Click the link below to download the guidance

Workplace Guidance – ICC

Workplace Guidance For Micro And Small Businesses

This guidance is for businesses where there is no sector-specific guidance published, so if your business is in a sector for which specific guidance has been published, visit the Scottish Government website.

Recovery Route Map From Inverclyde Chamber

Inverclyde Chamber has prepared a summary Road Map document to help businesses understand the various steps out of lockdown. Click below to download the guidance

ICC Road Map

Recovery Route Map From Inverclyde Chamber

The document contains key information from Chapter 3 of the Roadmap: Phased approach to varying restrictions where the Scottish Government have provided information which will determine what (and how) lockdown measures may ease through the four phases as control of the disease becomes more containable.

ICC Submission To Advisory Group on Economic Recovery

As part of a Chamber Network representing 12,000 businesses across Scotland, Inverclyde Chamber believes that practical support must extend to every size of business, in every sector and geographical location in Scotland.. Click below to download the full report.


ICC Submission To Advisory Group On Economic Recovery

This summary document provides a summary of the practical business solutions and economic policies for the Scottish and UK Government to implement to support business recovery to support Inverclyde businesses.

ICC's Business Survival Guides

Click the quick links below to download Inverclyde Chamber's dedicated Covid-19 Business Survival guides providing a breakdown and links to further information on grants, funding, HR advice and general FAQ's

You Asked. We Delivered: Pride in Our Covid-19 Response

A downloadable report outlining what Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce and the wider Scottish Chamber Network have done to support our members and the wider Inverclyde business community during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This also highlights the three policy pillars we have looked to implement: Getting cash to businesses quickly, Protecting jobs and Economic recovery, as well as our dialogue with decision-makers.

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Quick Links - Business Advice

Quick access links to useful documents & resources for your business to prepare and manage the risks of COVID-19