The Greenville Chamber and Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce have released surveys to keep an ear to the ground for Upstate business concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Those responses are critically important as they will guide our work in the weeks and months to come,” Allen Smith, CEO of the Spartanburg Area Chamber, said in a video news release about the survey.
The 10-minute survey from the Greenville Chamber was written for nonprofits and businesses of all sizes. Only compiled responses will be published without company or individual identifiers, according to a letter sent from CEO Carlos Phillips. All respondents will receive a report of the survey findings and updates on business assistance opportunities.
“Responses will be analyzed to gain a better understanding of economic damage locally and region-wide,” Phillips said in the letter.
The Greenville Chamber survey deadline is April 13.