Cape Cod Commission and Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce seek responses to COVID-19 business impact survey
Continuing an economic impact discovery effort that began in the spring of 2020 following the onset of pandemic-related restrictions, the Cape Cod Commission and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce have issued a fourth survey to Cape Cod businesses and non-profits to evaluate the timing and extent of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the local business community.
Business owners and non-profit leaders are encouraged to take a few minutes to complete the survey: https://cccom.link/Nov2021.
This iteration of the survey will evaluate the extended effects of the pandemic, including impacts to the 2021 summer season, and results will reveal more about changes to operations, effects on revenue, impacts to the workforce, and both financial and non-financial needs. Survey data collected can be leveraged by businesses, towns, and other organizations in grant applications and reports, as the results document the initial and ongoing impacts of the pandemic on our local businesses and non-profits.
Results of the first three surveys are available at www.datacapecod.com. Thank you for helping us better understand the impacts of the pandemic on our local economy.