Take the Time. Take the Survey

Oct 16, 2018 | Chamber News

As you have heard the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce (MCC) say, policy and advocacy are at the heart of what we do. A big component of policy development comes from research and this week; you can help play a major role in that area.

In partnership with CPHR Manitoba and Manitoba Building Trades, through NRG Research Group, MCC will be seeking your input for our Manitoba Business Outlook survey. Watch your inboxes and please take the time to complete the survey. The mission of MCC is to champion sustainable economic growth leading to greater prosperity for both business and communities of Manitoba. As the voice of business in Manitoba, developing a strong policy that represents the critical issues facing Manitoba business is the foundation of our organization and the chamber movement. To bring policy to life, information is what helps strengthen our voice. The information you provide in the pages ahead will help our organization in our future policy development and ensure we are addressing your concerns with the federal and provincial governments.

As we continue to focus on economic development, the structure supporting it, workforce, and economic competitiveness, how you view the business climate currently and, importantly, how you view the economic landscape will help shape our advocacy efforts into the future.

Independent Manitoba research company NRG Research Group is conducting the survey for MCC and will ensure the methodological soundness of the research as well as guarantee respondent anonymity. Please take the time and take the survey!

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