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Business recovery survey launched

2:20 pm, Wednesday, 2nd September 2020 - 4 years ago


Following the outbreak of COVID-19 this year, businesses in the North East Lincolnshire area are being asked to complete a survey to help inform the Council’s Recovery Plan.

The survey is open to any business to complete and should take no more than 10 minutes to fill in.

Cllr John Fenty, Cabinet member for regeneration and investment, said: “We’re looking to get some real business intelligence about how the pandemic has directly affected our local businesses.

“Businesses of all sizes and types have been affected in different ways. It might be that some SMEs have been able to create a new business model, allowing staff to work from home and reduce the need for office space. Or some larger production businesses might have different requirements, needing to adapt the physical space to allow staff to social distance effectively. Every business will have been affected differently.

“We know that the pandemic has created a new version of our economy, and it’s important that we understand the local position to help us support businesses both in the short and long term.”

Businesses can access the survey at until midnight on Sunday 20 September.


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