6 Key Priorities to Help our Business Community Bounce Back

4th December 2020

Alexis Krachai, Interim Executive Director of Sheffield Chamber and Co-chair of Sheffields Covid-19 Business Response Group (BRG) presents the BRGs Business Recovery Plan to Sheffield City Councillors.

The Sheffield Covid-19 Business Response Group (BRG) has produced a Business Recovery Plan that identifies 6 priorities key to helping our business community bounce back from the impacts of Covid-19. 

  1. We need to stimulate demand in the local economy
  2. We need to open our city and district centres safely and securely
  3. We need to help stimulate the conditions to encourage more start-ups in the city
  4. We need to develop our skills base as a city to help communities get back to work
  5. We need to stimulate investment in culture to help rebuild confidence and visitor numbers
  6. We need to work with business leaders on a longer-term economic strategy for Sheffield

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