techUK - COVID-19 survey: third wave
techUK launches the third wave of its COVID-19 survey for members.
The survey – which will run until 3rd May 2020, looks to get a better understanding of how COVID-19 is impacting your businesses and your thoughts on Government support.
Last week, the Government also launched two new funds specifically targeted at innovative and R&D intensive companies. Whilst these won’t go live until May 2020, techUK is keen to gauge awareness of the initiatives and receive early feedback as we continue to work with Government to shape the details of the funding.
Finally, whilst all of us continue to adjust to “the new normal”, techUK is looking at what could help restart the economy whilst continuing to prioritise public health. This survey looks to better understand how easing restrictions would impact your business and what support you would need to start on the road to recovery.
Our member insights are crucial to helping techUK understand and advocate for the needs of the tech sector.
The survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete and will help inform our work. Your feedback is invaluable so please do take the time to complete this survey and share it within your tech network.
If you have any other feedback please do write in to our dedicated mailbox.
Survey responses are kept completely anonymous and results will be analysed and published on our website the week commencing on 4 May 2020.
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