Northants firms asked to take part in quarterly survey

Firms across the county are being asked to tell the chamber of trade their thoughts on how trading has gone for them during the last three months.
Firms across the county are being asked to tell the chamber of trade their thoughts on how trading has gone for them during the last three months.
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Firms across the county are being asked to tell the chamber of trade their thoughts on how trading has gone for them during the past three months.

Northamptonshire Chamber has launched its Quarterly Economic Survey for the second quarter of 2014.

The survey gives businesses, both members and non-members of Northamptonshire Chamber, a chance to give their feedback on their trading experiences for the last quarter, and helps the chamber build up a picture of how the local economy is faring. It covers questions a range of issues including home sales and orders, exports, employment prospects, investment and cashflow.

Results from the online survey are fed to the British Chambers of Commerce along with the other 52 accredited chambers.

They are then passed onto the Government and the Monetary Policy Committee, providing them with an accurate national economic overview.

The findings are widely used by the media, politicians and economists.

To take part visit www.britishchambers.org.uk/qes and enter chamber ID number 18.

The survey will remain open until Monday, June 16.