The Chamber Network: Your Voice in Government

26th August 2020

The Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Review (QER) survey is now open and is asking leaders across the region how the current economic climate is affecting business conditions.

Tom Sutton, Interim General Manager at Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, said:

“In Q2, it was clear that economic conditions remained challenging for our business communities. Working with the British Chamber of Commerce, we used evidence to focus policymakers’ efforts on taking swift and tangible steps to boost growth and productivity across the whole of the UK.

“Our primary focus as a network, remains on helping businesses restart, rebuild and renew. In order to achieve this your views, your insights and your experiences are essential.

“Help the Chamber Network set the agenda and have your voice heard on the national stage.

“I encourage businesses to take the time to respond and to complete the latest survey.”

Launched in partnership with the Sheffield City Region LEP, the region's four Chambers and the University of Sheffield Management School, the QER is part of the British Chamber’s Quarterly Economic Survey; the largest independent business survey in the UK and a significant economic indicator.

Open until 16 September, the survey only takes 3 minutes to complete and can be taken by CEOs or senior managers.

Visit https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/QER2020-Q3

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