SCC Quarterly Economic Indicator Survey – Q2 2020

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SCC Quarterly Economic Indicator Survey – Q2 2020

Quarterly Economic Indicator


The Scottish Chambers of Commerce Quarterly Economic Indicator, conducted in partnership with Strathclyde University’s Fraser of Allander Institute, is Scotland’s longest-running business survey of its kind and regularly provides an accurate and authoritative picture of the health of the Scottish economy and the issues facing businesses across various sectors.

The Quarterly Economic Indicator Survey provides a collective opportunity for members of the Chamber Network to highlight the immediate challenges and issues facing business communities in Scotland to political decisionmakers in Holyrood and Westminster.

At this time, businesses across Scotland are facing a crisis of unprecedented proportions in the form of Coronavirus or Covid-19.

In order to protect your business and the livelihoods you support, your local chamber has lobbied government on support measures, clear guidance for business and a roadmap to economic recovery.

Any information that you can provide on your current situation and outlook will support our continuing efforts on the above.

In order to best do that, we need your input – to complete the survey, click here.

Responses to this survey are anonymous, and data is stored securely on servers based in the EU. You can view the Privacy Policy for the Scottish Chambers of Commerce here. 

This survey applies to the second quarter of 2020. Please answer any questions in the context of your business experience across April, May and June of 2020.

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