Take a look at how we store users. We increment a global user id each time a new user is created and store the user data in an object with the name user:<userId> and we store the userId in a sorted set. You need to do something similar for businesses.
Everytime a new business is created assign it a unique id and store it at business:<businessId> and then also store it for the user at uid:<uid>:businesses.
It would look something like below in nodebb code. This is obviously pseudocode.
But like the others said, Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio 20xx are not the same at all. I'm actually using Visual Studio Code as my general text editor in Linux. Would never do that with any of the Visual Studio 20xx
And yes, Microsoft is horrible at naming their products.