GroceryAid partners with Business Debtline to support indie retailers

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GroceryAid has announced a partnership with Business Debtline to raise awareness of the free business money advice and support available for independent retailers and business owners.

GroceryAid said the move comes as the charity experiences an increase in demand from independent retailers seeking guidance on business related issues such as rates, managing business finances, and facing unpaid invoices and debt.

Retailers can now get tips and guidance from GroceryAid, or to find out how to contact the Business Debtline for advice more tailored to their situation.

“We know dealing with debt can be incredibly overwhelming, and with the current cost of living crisis having a knock-on effect for both small businesses’ profits and their owners, we’re very pleased to announce our new partnership providing businesses with the support they need to thrive and maintain peace of mind,” Mandi Leonard, GroceryAid welfare director, said.

Business Debtline is a charity providing free debt advice to self-employed people and small businesses in England, Wales and Scotland.