Scottish Chambers Quarterly Economic Indicator – Quarter 1 Now Open To Responses

Please take five minutes to complete the latest Scottish Chambers Quarterly Economic Indicator, and join hundreds of businesses each quarter that take part in anonymously sharing their experience of trading in Scotland.

The Quarterly Economic Indicator is one of Scotland’s most influential business surveys and its results are routinely used across the Scottish Chambers of Commerce Network to highlight the concerns and issues facing business at Holyrood, Westminster and beyond.

This survey is the Chamber Network’s flagship economic research project and forms part of the UK’s largest and longest-running private sector business survey. It is essential we maintain strong response rates that provide views from across the wide spectrum of Scottish business.

Complete the Quarterly Economic Indicator

We use your responses to create a national representation of the strengths and concerns of the Scottish Economy, via our Quarterly Economic Indicator reports.

Last quarter, the survey results were covered by media publications such as The Times, The Herald, The i and Business Insider. This is a clear example of the reach of the chamber network when we bring its views together in a collective way.

This survey comes at a key time for business. As we draw closer to Brexit, it is ever more important that the voice of Scottish business is heard by policy-makers in Scotland and across the UK. Without your input, a critical collective opportunity to highlight the concerns and needs of the business community in Scotland will be missed.

Your valued contribution ensures that the Chambers of Commerce Network can continue to approach Government and policy-makers with dedicated economic data that illustrates the concerns of sectors and businesses, both within West Lothian and across Scotland.


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