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Economic Development Unit seeking feedback from local businesses

Businesses within Colac Otway Shire are being encouraged to provide feedback on business confidence and other key business areas within the Shire.

Council’s Economic Development Unit is conducting the survey for all businesses in the Shire to gain feedback on business confidence, environmental sustainability and the Colac CBD & City Entrances project.

Council’s Manager Economic Development Mike Barrow said the survey is part of a strategy for Council to gain a better understanding of what our business community thinks about the economy at present and what it sees for the future.

“Gaining feedback on business confidence is a key tool for us to promote to potential new investors into the Shire. If business confidence is high it is a good chance that new investors will feel confident investing in Colac”.

“It is also important to gain feedback on environmental sustainability in light of the Federal Government proposal to put a price on carbon that will have a direct impact on industry and whether businesses require any training or information on sustainability programs to help reduce their carbon footprint”, he said.

The survey will also give businesses an opportunity to provide input into the Colac CBD & City Entrances project.

Businesses can access the survey by going to the link or by contacting Michael Swanson, Business Development Officer on 5232 9555.

March 28, 2011



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