There is still time for businesses to have their say on what help and support would benefit them.
Denbighshire County Council’s annual business survey to gather the views and aspirations of the county’s traders is still open.
The results determine what support and training can be provided to businesses and feeds into the Council’s work on developing the local economy to support healthy private businesses and create higher paid jobs to increase household incomes.
Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, leader of Denbighshire County Council, said:
“I would encourage as many businesses as possible to take the opportunity to take part in our Business Survey 2017.
“It allows us to listen to the needs and aspirations of traders in Denbighshire and use this information to direct our efforts to help businesses grow over the coming year.
“Most businesses who have answered so far predict that next year they will be more profitable, will have higher sales but have also indicated they expect to have higher operating costs.”
Results of the survey feed directly into the Council’s annual March for Business month, which this year saw a record number of attendees take advantage of conferences, networking and training sessions, all geared around subjects raised by businesses in last year’s survey.
To take part in the business survey visit www.denbighshire.gov.uk/businesssurvey