Covid-19 has caused significant disruption to all types of businesses, none more so than to smaller businesses. The School of Management at the University of Bradford is engaged in a major research project looking at the impact of Covid-19 and how firms have responded to the challenge created by the Coronavirus crisis.
This looks at how businesses have responded in light of Covid-19 and their plans and needs as they start to emerge from Lockdown. The study findings will be used to provide insights and guidance for the University of Bradford, its partners, and other stakeholders in developing and lobbying for support for businesses as we adjust to the new business environment created by Covid-19.
The study survey should take 15-20 minutes to complete – please click on the link here to access this:
Dr David Spicer (Project Lead and Director of Business Engagement) said “We are very grateful for everyone who can spare a few minutes to help us with this research. All contributions will be confidential and anonymous, but by completing this survey you will help us and other stakeholders learn the lessons for small businesses resulting from Coronavirus and provide insights and data essential for businesses like yourselves who wish to recover, develop and grow post Covid-19.”
Participants in the research will have the option to receive a copy of the findings once the research is completed.