Opinions sought from business community

Following the recent publication of Clonmel Chamber of Commerce’s first Quarterly Economic Survey, the organisation is now seeking the opinions of the business community for the second quarter. The initiative aims to highlight issues as they emerge and to identify trends over a longer period of time that may require action.  

Following the recent publication of Clonmel Chamber of Commerce’s first Quarterly Economic Survey, the organisation is now seeking the opinions of the business community for the second quarter. The initiative aims to highlight issues as they emerge and to identify trends over a longer period of time that may require action.  

The Chamber, as the largest business representative organisation in the county, aims to use the results to inform their work on policy matters.

“We interact with decision-makers in local authorities and national government on a daily basis and we believe that to best represent the business community we need to know what issues matter most to them. The quarterly economic survey has already shown to be a very useful tool in that regard.  The results of our survey in Clonmel were fed through to our colleagues in Chambers Ireland who will be using them to help formulate the pre-budget submission of the Chamber network. No other group in the county gives it members that level of access to key policy makers” said Chamber CEO, Brian Cleary.

The short survey of ten questions is available to complete online at the Clonmel Chamber website www.clonmelchamber.com. Results from the second quarterly survey will be available in early July.