To help Denbighshire County Council shape support to businesses across the county, a survey has been launched today (October 4).
The Council is asking businesses how it can improve and enhance its support following the Covid-19 pandemic.
All the information collected will assist the Council in focusing on which support areas we can improve on or adapt to the changing needs of businesses as we move forward out of the pandemic.
The Council is calling on all local businesses to highlight factors including how trade has gone for them in the last 18 months, the impact of the pandemic, how they have adapted to changes brought in, the engagement with public protection and also adapting to the needs of climate change.
Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, Leader of the Council and Lead Member for the Economy and Corporate Governance, said: “We are fully aware that the last 18 months have brought an extremely difficult and challenging time to the Denbighshire business community.
“Many businesses have had to adapt and evolve due to the impact of the pandemic.
“We want to hear your valuable thoughts and views through this survey to help us shape and develop the support we continue to provide to drive forward our economic recovery and growth.”
To take part in the survey click on the link www.denbighshire.gov.uk/business-survey
Businesses taking part in the survey will receive a report collated from all the information received. All individual responses will be kept anonymous.