Rocklin encourages businesses to participate in survey to support economic recovery strategy
Critical data will foster industry specific initiatives to boost local economy
The City of Rocklin and the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce are asking local businesses to take part in a survey recently launched by the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) to support a regional economic recovery strategy.
GSEC is working on multiple economic recovery strategies for the region amid the economic downturn due to COVID-19. To better understand the impact to all industry sectors, GSEC, in partnership with its member organizations, has launched an online business survey that will provide important data on the next steps to take toward recovery and guarantee that critical initiatives stay on track.
All responses to the survey are confidential and the results are reported in aggregate only. It is designed to be simple and not take more than eight minutes to complete. Businesses of all sizes in all industries across Greater Sacramento, which includes Rocklin, are highly encouraged to complete the survey here. Data from Rocklin and surrounding Placer County cities will be separated and provided to local economic development teams.
The survey will close on May 4, 2020.
“The Greater Sacramento Economic Council is working to ensure the region is ready to charge forward and bounce back as quickly as possible. We’ve seen businesses evolve with the new realities upon us, and the more data we have, the quicker we can evolve our plan for economic prosperity,” said Barry Broome, President & CEO of GSEC.
The online survey is developed through national collaboration with the International Economic Development Council, a development software and advisory services firm Blane, Canada Ltd., and economic developers across the country.