Have your say on the local Lincolnshire economy with the Chamber Quarterly Economic Survey 

Local businesses in Lincolnshire are encouraged to take part in the Chamber’s Quarterly Economic Survey (QES), Britain’s most influential private business survey. 

Run by the British Chambers of Commerce, together with the accredited Chamber Network throughout the UK, the responses from the QES support the facts and figures submitted to parliament and the committees who make the decisions.   

The survey for quarter 4 is now live and will remain open until Tuesday 27th November.

Simon Beardsley, Chief Executive, Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “Your input to this survey is absolutely vital to forming an accurate and comprehensive picture of our local economy and we work closely with the University of Lincoln and Lincolnshire County Council to ensure as wider reach as possible.”

Contributing to the results showing real trends, issues and challenges at a local level, the survey covers a range of topics, including; recruitment, finance, employment and new questions surrounding the hot topic of cyber security.

Simon explained: “Intelligence gained from your input in the QES survey is key to shaping the frequency and type of support provided to our local business economy and underpins strategic direction to ensure we grow in the right way.

“The survey only takes up to two minutes to complete and can be completed by absolutely anyone, as long as you work for a business based in Lincolnshire, your support will really make a difference.” 

Click here to take part in QES Q4 2018 survey

Previous quarter results delivered by the British Chamber of Commerce, can be seen here.