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Firms urged to take part in coronavirus impact survey

27 March 2020

Greater Birmingham businesses are being urged to take part in a survey to help the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) understand the economic impact of the coronavirus.  

The Covid-19 Business Impacts Tracker survey seeks to trace how the pandemic is impacting firms on a weekly basis, as well as business awareness and usage of government measures to support all types of businesses.

The information gathered from the survey will be used by the BCC in their communications to  Government officials, the Prime Minister, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department of Work and Pensions and the Bank of England.

Raj Kandola (pictured), senior policy and patron adviser at the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, which is accredited by the BCC, said: “I would urge local businesses to complete the British Chamber’s Covid-19 Business Tracker survey as it will offer the national Chamber network a greater understanding of how local firms are adapting in such unprecedented times.

“The feedback will be directly shared with key contacts in Whitehall and Westminster and your response will go a long way in shaping and informing government policy at the highest level.”

Surveying for this period ends on 27 March.

To complete the survey, visit:

https://research.britishchambers.org.uk/survey/selfserve/215e/covidimpacts1

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