Have your voice heard with the region’s most influential economic survey

7th November 2022

South Yorkshire’s most influential barometer of business conditions, the Quarterly Economic Survey, went live today.

Run by the region’s three accredited Chambers of Commerce, they are calling on all business leaders across the Sheffield City Region to take the questionnaire, which takes take less than five minutes to complete.

In this quarter the survey asks businesses to help local and national politicians understand how the quality of South Yorkshire’s infrastructure is affecting your business, plus business confidence, performance and more.

The results are confidentially briefed into senior decision-makers across national and regional government, including the mayor’s office.

You can complete the survey, which closes 30th November 2022.

Fill in the survey now

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