Survey seeks businesses to gauge Sheffield economic success

The latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) is calling on Sheffield City Region business to aid gauge the efficient growth and development of the vicinity.

It also aims to introduce businesses for their free business support structures to permit innovation and growth.

David Grimes, Sheffield City Region Business Growth Hub, said: “Innovation is not only just for technology businesses; it’s for everyone businesses, small or large, new and established.

“The Growth Hub can advise and give businesses to recognize the appropriate support to analyze home market trends, analyse disruptive technologies, develop and review current business models and prepare on core competences.

“We prefer to encourage and support more city region businesses to innovate and grow plus the Quarterly Economic Survey will help us making sure that our services are meeting their needs.”

The QES C sponsored by way of the Source C also asks how industry is faring to create a snapshot of methods the regional economy performed over the past 3 months, and make up a forecast for the next quarter.

The effects are applied by the region’s four Chambers of Commerce, Local Enterprise Partnership, Business Growth Hub, and Sheffield University Management School to steer their mandate of work and ensure the right regional and national support services are offered to boost business growth and? any local economy.

The Quarterly Economic Survey for Q3 2017 is open until 11 September and takes three-minutes to complete.

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