Coronavirus Business Survey – Phase 4: Economic Recovery

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Coronavirus Business Survey – Phase 4: Economic Recovery

Inverclyde Businesses

Phase 4 of this survey aims to create an Economic Recovery Tracker and focuses on what businesses need from Governments as we plan for economic recovery and restart business operations.  



The findings of this Tracker will support the Chamber Network’s representations to both the Scottish and UK Government to shape the business and economic recovery plans. As a reminder, the Phase 3 Tracker received over 350 responses from across the Chamber Network, the results of which were published last week with extensive coverage in the media. See a full summary of the coverage on this part of the survey here.



As we now enter the second month of dealing with COVID-19, the information that businesses have previously provided to us has greatly helped design, influence and in some cases, amend many of the Government’s business support packages. In some instances, we are aware that some support interventions still require amendments to be made.


Whilst the health of our communities, families and those we employ remain our top priority, we are now exploring what we need to do to enable us to return to the workplace safely. This will require all of us to be working together, to share new concepts and ideas, to help shape a new normal going forward.


The UK and Scottish Governments are asking for our views to help them shape what will be essential when we as businesses re-establish our operations. Your input is essential to our work on behalf of your business and others and we greatly appreciate your support.



We would appreciate if you can take a few minutes of your time to support this work by taking the survey.


The tracker will remain open for 1 week.




You can see the Phase 3 Inverclyde results here

The Phase 3 Scotland Summary results can be seen here.


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