Summit Chamber wants your input |

Summit Chamber wants your input


The Summit Chamber is expanding participation in its quarterly survey to nonchamber businesses and organizations during 2007 in order to obtain a bigger picture of the county.The Summit County Business Barometer provided a stable reading of 4.30 as the yearly average for 2006 and expectations for 2007 remain robust. The inaugural year for this survey resulted in the gathering of valuable local economic data to help highlight changes in business conditions and trends. Summit Daily News will have a survey link on its website which will enableadditional businesses to participate in the quarterly survey. Chamber members will receive the survey regarding first quarter activity this week, and others may access it through the Summit Daily this week. In the two-minute survey, respondents are asked to rate their current level of business activity, to compare the current level to past periods and to give their assessment for the upcoming 12 months. The questions are graded on a 1-5 scale, with 5 being the highest or strongest. Respondents will have a week to complete the survey. A summary of the results will be published in the Business Review.The original categories have been expanded to include a broader spectrum ranging from retail services, recreational related companies, service and repair, architectural, media, engineering and construction to restaurants, spas and salons and retail stores. Comments and suggestions are welcome and can be directed to the chamber office at (970)668-2051 or Mark Nunn, Edward Jones in Frisco at (970) 668-3811. The Summit County Business Barometer is sponsored by the Summit Chamber of Commerce, Edward Jones Investments and John Boozer & Associates.The link for the survey is: complete the survey before Friday, June 1.

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