The team at Mackman Research is excited to announce that we recently won a competitive tender to work with Essex County Council. The social research project will shape the Council's support for Essex businesses in order to respond to the twin challenges of COVID-19 and the EU Exit. Our researchers have designed a survey to be delivered both online and over the telephone to help the Council understand what businesses require from them. Questions focus on where resources can be best placed to help to recover jobs and invest in skills development. The purpose of the study is to explore and understand how Essex County Council can help businesses recover in a COVID-19 environment. We are therefore keen to hear the views of all of those involved in the business community in Essex.
Calling all Essex businesses! If you have been contacted by Mackman Research regarding a survey, please contact us on 01206 625222, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Similarly, if you have friends or colleagues who have been contacted, please encourage them to participate. This research will allow you to have your say in Essex County Council's support strategy and shape the future of Essex's business community.
Mackman Research may be contacting you by telephone in the next few weeks. If you would prefer to participate online, please click on the following link to complete the survey:
Survey length: 10 minutes
To find out more information about the research that we are conducting for Essex County Council and its aims, speak to us. Alternatively, please contact:
Principal Economic Growth Officer
Place & Public Health
Essex County Council
Tel: 03330136707 | Email: Dominique.email@example.com
The survey closes on Tuesday 20th October 2020, midnight, UK time. Several email reminders will be sent throughout the course of the research.
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