Survey is first in a series that will measure the changing business environment in the Orlando region.
Orlando, Fla. – Today, the Orlando Economic Partnership (the Partnership) launched a COVID-19 Business Impact Survey to learn the extent of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic that has affected regional business operations. The survey can be found at Orlando.org/COVID19. It takes five minutes to complete and includes 14 questions.
The information will be used to inform regional, state and federal leaders as real-time impact information is crucial to align policy to the true challenges facing the business community. As results become available, you may view them on the Orlando Economic Partnership website at: Orlando.org/COVID19.
The survey is the first in a series to measure the rapidly changing business environment surrounding COVID-19. The survey will close at midnight on Wednesday, March 25.
The Partnership has also activated an Orlando region COVID-19 online business resource center to provide up-to-date information, and relevant resources to aid employers’ response to COVID-19. It includes information provided by the Partnership’s healthcare partners, key preparation downloads for businesses and relevant links to public health agencies, state and local organizations. It also features links to the U.S. Small Business Administration, Florida Damage Assessment Survey, for information on disaster loans and emergency hotlines.
“The Partnership’s full resources and staff are working around the clock to serve our business community,” said Partnership President and CEO Tim Giuliani.
“We must all adapt to the disruptions caused by this crisis. If we work together, support our healthcare workers and follow CDC guidelines, we can minimize the impact that COVID–19 has on our community.”Tim Giuliani, President and CEO of the Orlando Economic Partnership
For more information please contact Justin Braun, marketing and communications specialist at the Partnership, 407-902-0211, firstname.lastname@example.org