Posted on 7th July 2016
Coast to Capital LEP recognise the significant proportion of economic growth in our region will come from businesses trading internationally. Coast to Capital and its partners surveyed companies four years ago and we want to gauge the current level of international export activity to understand trends and related issues. This is being done in the form of a survey, which is linked here: http://goo.gl/forms/DgLUHsuoj1P1tgE22
Findings from the survey will help Coast to Capital, and its partners, focus funding on initiatives and programmes to help small and medium sized businesses explore new international markets.
We would be very grateful if you complete the linked survey which should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. We will publish findings from the survey in a report to follow. Please feel free to pass this survey on to whoever you feel it is relevant.
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