Calling all Business: complete North Warwickshire business survey
Published on Friday, 16th July 2021
‘Freedom Day’ is just around the corner and this has been a long time coming for many businesses in North Warwickshire.
Since the start of the pandemic, North Warwickshire Borough Council has been committed to supporting its local businesses and has distributed over £20 million worth of assistance directly to them via various grants schemes – including over £9 million to specifically support small businesses and over £2.5 million in discretionary awards to those businesses who’ve struggled to get help from elsewhere.
That commitment remains on-going and therefore North Warwickshire Borough Council now wish to gather feedback in a short survey to understand, amongst other things, what effects the pandemic has had on businesses and what would help them recover. It also wants to hear back from businesses who have received grants from the council to see how effective they were in keeping them going during the pandemic.
Leader of the Council, Cllr David Wright said, “Resilience of businesses to trade is of paramount importance to keep the North Warwickshire economy buoyant and get it back to pre-Covid-19 levels. This survey will enable the Council and its partners to understand what they can do to support businesses through this difficult time as well as refer you on to partners who can assist as there is a huge range of business support still available.”
The council are hoping that with the results from the survey will then have a 'snapshot' of how businesses are coping and will use the information to help improve its support over the next few months.
To complete the survey visit - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NWBusinessSurvey
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