The global economy is suffering from an unprecedented shock as a result of COVID-19. With typically tight margins, micro, small and medium businesses are vulnerable to the economic downturn. The current pandemic is having a particularly serious impact on business owners and entrepreneurs from underserved communities, including young people (aged 18-35 years), women, and refugees and other migrants. Many are struggling to get through the crisis and need support now. The Covid-19 pandemic impacted all types of businesses supported by B’Yeah at a various degree in Bangladesh. Businesses that are largely dependent on production and distribution are at high risk of burning out the capital. The uncertainty of the pandemic makes the whole situation more worrying and the global impact of economic slowdown keeps the micro and small-sized businesses at the risk of being wiped out. In this situation, with the support of Google and YBI, B’Yeah has extended its support to deal with the pandemic alternatively through online support. Constant support through a business clinic, a common platform to exchange new ideas and offering mentoring services online along with conducting Webinar to understand the ground realities from the participants’ perspective are some of the ways how B’Yeah is supporting the entrepreneurs in this time of Covid-19 pandemic. Google employees are also volunteering their time to share their knowledge and expertise with B’Yeah, helping business owners to upskill and adapt in response to the current crisis.