Hundreds of businesses are having to rethink the way they operate to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
Many restaurants have become takeaways and keeping up with rocketing online demand means places of work need to adapt fast.
For the owners of kebab restaurant Le Bab life couldn't be more different.
When the order came to close the kitchen was full of food and its owners made the immediate decision to donate it all to NHS staff.
As well as feeding doctors and nurses they are now delivering hot dinners to people's homes and the profit is used to pay their freelance staff, including chef Tom.
Unlike his colleagues on contracts isn't getting any help yet from the government.
Olivia also makes a living selling food and just like Ed she had seen her business model turned upside down.
Until now her products were mainly sold in supermarkets and health food shops.
Being able to pay the staff is just one of the many challenges. Day-to-day small businesses are having to get used to a totally different way of doing things.