Roslyns Group Create Cashflow Calculator to help hospitality businesses with forecasting during COVID19

25th March 2020

Roslyns Group has turned its wealth of hospitality experience towards supporting businesses through the current crisis.

• Since last week, they have provided a regular bulletin, updated daily as information becomes available to support businesses through this crisis.
• Today they have gone further and created a unique hospitality Closure Cashflow Calculator. This allows hospitality businesses to get an idea of how long they can keep their business going throughout a period with either no income or a limited income.

Robbie Stewart, commerical Operations DIrector at Roslyns Group said “This is an unprecedented challenge that the hospitality industry is facing and businesses need to be able to access the information, advice and support they need, quickly. When the government makes announcements of support measures, it gives businesses hope, but little initial detail. The industry needs to pull together right now and we want our support to be available not just to our clients, which is why we’ve put it onto our public website.”

Roslyns Group are a well-established supplier of a range of business services from accountancy, stocktaking and payroll to consultancy and business planning. Since forming in 1992 as specialists in the hospitality sector, they have kept at the top of business technology and practises and are now making elements such as paperless accounting and health benefits available to small businesses across the UK.

For more information please contact Robbie Stewart, Commercial Operations Director. 07863 876 017 : : 01142 138330

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