Quarterly Economic Survey

7th March 2013

Dear Member We ask that you please complete the Chamber's Quarterly Economic Survey.

This will only take a couple of minutes of your time and will help us establish your feelings on the economy today. The Chamber's Quarterly Economic Survey is recognised as a key economic indicator by Government, the Bank of England and independent economists. Responses are analysed by sector, size and geography and feed into the UK's largest regular economic survey. Fieldwork for the latest survey - covering Q1 2013 - is underway now. Given the flux in the economic situation, it is important to get an accurate reflection of business performance in South Yorkshire in order to present a consolidated view. Therefore, your responses are essential. We would like to thank you in advance for your participation and you will find the survey at - https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GS3KKFH

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