The Institute of Export & International Trade is today launching a survey to uncover how its members are adjusting to the constraints of the coronavirus epidemic.
Questions focus on the lockdown’s impact on ability to trade and members’ experience of government support packages.
Marco Forgione, director general of the IOE&IT, urged members to respond to the online survey, which takes 10-12 minutes to complete.
“The responses will help the Institute support businesses as we move from lockdown to recovery while ensuring we provide the right services to members as they prepare for the end of transition from the EU in December 2020,” Forgione said.
“With your input we can help inform the government’s priorities and those of the Institute, as it supports members in exploiting the opportunities that will come from an international trade-led economic recovery.”
All data will be anonymised, though the Institute is asking members to identify themselves for verification and analytical purposes, and so that respondents can be entered into a prize draw to win an Apple iPad 10.2" (2019) 32GB in silver/grey.
The survey can be completed here.