What are the most important issues facing local businesses in the coming years? How’s the business climate in Ottawa? Are municipal politicians and bureaucrats doing a good job?
The Ottawa Business Journal, in partnership with the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Welch LLP, is once again looking to take the pulse of the city’s business community by inviting residents to share their perspective in the Ottawa Business Growth Survey.
This confidential, 10-minute survey helps local decision-makers set economic development priorities and creates a comprehensive picture of Ottawa’s business climate.
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Now in its fourth year, the Ottawa Business Growth Survey taps into the insights of the city’s corporate leaders to chart trends, opportunities and challenges in Ottawa’s business community. It’s the largest and most comprehensive study of Ottawa-area businesses.
You can read last year’s report here.
“With ever-increasing responses, the data gets more informative and meaningful, providing valuable insight to businesses and stakeholders,” said Ian Faris, the president and CEO of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce. “We urge every business to take the survey, to facilitate a better understanding to tackle our common business challenges.”
In addition to making their voice heard and making Ottawa a better place to do business, survey respondents will be entered into a draw to win an Amazon Alexa.
The full report will be available June 6.