Monday, May 29, 2023

Business Lincolnshire calling on local businesses to take part in latest survey

Business Lincolnshire has launched a new survey to help understand the needs of businesses across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland.

The organisation is inviting local businesses to take part in their online survey, which aims to measure the impact of support received from the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub.

Cllr Colin Davie, executive councillor for economy and place at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “Business Lincolnshire are always looking for new ways to grow and expand their services, and hearing from local businesses directly is the most useful feedback they could possibly ask for.

“The aim of Business Lincolnshire is to support business growth; helping create more jobs in the area and contributing to our local economy. When businesses thrive, we all benefit! This survey will set out a clear set of guidelines for what businesses are looking for, how they can achieve their goals and what they need support in the most to become the best they can be.”

Business Lincolnshire’s Growth Hub offers a number of programmes to support business owners across the region including industry-specific workshops, one-to-one specialist support as well as helping hundreds of businesses secure vital grant and bursary funding.

In order to improve and diversify their services in the future, the Growth Hub is asking businesses to feedback vital information on what support has been most beneficial in their career journey, and what kind of services they would like to see provided going forward.

The survey is also open to businesses across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland who have not already worked with Business Lincolnshire, to help understand their barriers to accessing support from the Growth Hub.

The Business Intelligence survey is being conducted by Social Change UK on behalf of Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub. It should take around 10-15 minutes to complete, and can be found online here:

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