Former Bishop's Stortford High School student designs website that provides at-a-glance details of 'big 9' supermarkets during coronavirus crisis.
GoGetters launched in Stortford last August and now co-founder Owen Barrow, 22, is diversifying to help those worst hit by the coronavirus lockdown.
The wet fish counter within the Potter Street Spar supermarket remains open for business.
Owner and former Birchwood boy James Brundle has extended the Potter Street store's range to include more basic lines like eggs, pasta and loo roll.
General manager Ken Flockhart said: "Due to the unprecedented nature of this situation we are taking each day as it comes."
Twisted Cellar's bar in South Street has shut but the business is keen to ensure customers can continue to enjoy their favourite tipples.
Rachael Williamson, of the Citizens Advice office in Stortford, rounds up the major issues on which they have been fielding coronavirus queries.
Some traders are contemplating a grim future as the pandemic keeps customers away.
"For April and May, Ryanair now expects to reduce its seat capacity by up to 80%, and a full grounding of the fleet cannot be ruled out."
Every time a new eatery in Stortford opens, East Herts Council must inspect the premises to ensure food is being prepared in a hygienic manner.
BID manager Gina Thomas said Russell Property won for its commercial success and community support of schools and sports clubs.
The Stortford service company introduced its 'Norwich in 90' service, improved its delay repay compensation scheme and started to bring in new trains.