Town centre businesses in Bridgend county borough are being asked to take part in a short survey this week on how they have adapted to new ways of working during the coronavirus pandemic.
The survey involves three questions and aims to feed into work the local authority is doing on how best to support businesses once the lockdown is lifted.
Cabinet Member for Education and Regeneration, Cllr Charles Smith, said:
“At the start of week seven of the lockdown, the focus is now shifting to how our town centres will function once restrictions are lifted.
“As part of this, the council is looking to identify any ways that town centre businesses in the county borough have successfully adapted to new ways of working since the Covid-19 crisis began.
“If businesses can spare a few minutes to complete the survey it would be of great help to us.”
The survey asks businesses to summarise how their business has adapted to trading during the crisis, what lessons have been learned from trading at this time and what ideas they have for how town centre businesses could be supported once the lockdown is lifted.
To complete the survey visit https://bit.ly/2YJ35e3 The deadline for responses is Monday, May 11.