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SCC QEI Q2 2022 Opens

The Q2 2022 Scottish Chambers of Commerce Quarterly Economic Indicator survey fieldwork begins today providing an opportunity for chamber members to share their perspective on trading conditions as Scottish businesses facing a growing cost of business crisis, accompanied by a cost of living crisis, rising interest rates, inflation and taxation impacting upon growth and prospects for the rest of 2022.

This short business survey allows you to share live feedback on current trading conditions as well as challenges being faced by your business.

Your feedback directly informs our work at a local and national level, sharing the issues being faced by the business community with policymakers at Holyrood and Westminster.

Over the past two years, we have used these views to secure vital business support, quicken the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and be the voice of business in Scotland.

The latest survey received significant coverage in the media, highlighting that companies are becoming increasingly anxious about their prospects in the face of complex economic challenges.

These include the war in Ukraine, labour market shortages, international supply chain disruption, soaring energy prices and inflation which all threaten to hamper the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The survey was covered by the BBC, STV, The Times, The Scotsman, The Herald, and the Press & Journal.

We hope you can take just a few minutes of your time to share your views, by taking our survey today and keeping us informed:

Please consider sharing your insights with us today, so that we can continue to be your voice locally as well as at Holyrood and Westminster.

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