Economic Impact Survey please see below:

We are circulating this on behalf of the Cumbria LEP Team. They would appreciate your support in both completing and sharing the survey link throughout your networks and via social media so that they can gather enough data to assist in making informed decisions going forward.

Below you will find information and a link to an Economic Impact Survey, designed to assess how the Cumbrian Economy has been, and continues to be, affected by COVID-19.

The Cumbria COVID-19 Business and Economic Response and Recovery Group (BERRG) has been established to assess the implications of the coronavirus pandemic on Cumbria's economy and to ensure that appropriate actions are put in place to support Cumbria's businesses now and in the months to come.

In order to do this we need to hear from businesses, charities and other organisations about the type and scale of impacts they are experiencing.  We appreciate the pressure businesses and other organisations are under at the moment and are very grateful to you for taking time to help by completing this survey.  We estimate it should take no more than 10 - 15 minutes to complete.  This round of the survey will remain open until Friday 15th May 2020.

Survey Link:

We would be grateful if you could share with your networks, and share the Cumbria LEP social media posts to help spread the word. Only one response per business/organisation is required, and if you would like to become part of an economic tracker panel that responds to shorter surveys more regularly, there is an opportunity to provide contact details at the end of the survey.


Cumbria LEP is leading this research on behalf of BERRG.  We appreciate the survey is asking for some commercially sensitive data but this is vital to fully understand the impact and to provide appropriate support.  Please be assured that all responses will be anonymised, no findings will be published or shared which could identify individual businesses and no information will be used other than for the stated purpose.  For details of Cumbria LEP's privacy policy click here.

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