Lancashire’s scale-up businesses are being urged to ensure their views and needs are heard at a critical time for the UK economy by completing the ScaleUp Institute’s 2020 Scaleup Survey.
The survey, now in its seventh year, allows companies to give their views on a range of issues specific to scaling up, including the support needed from the public and private sectors.
Information from the survey will be used by the ScaleUp Institute to help inform policy and to improve the business environment for fast-growing firms as the UK emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
Amin Vepari, programme manager, Two Zero, said: “With the impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic, this is a crucial moment in which the UK’s scaling companies must make their voice heard.
“We’re keen to ensure Lancashire’s vibrant scale-up community is at the forefront of this and that the county’s needs and aspirations are reflected at a national level. I urge all scale-up companies in Lancashire to share their views by completing the survey.”
The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. The deadline for completion has been extended.