Valley REN 2017 Business Survey

The Valley Regional Enterprise Network (Valley REN) has engaged Group ATN Consulting Inc. to survey private-sector employers and business owners/managers in the Annapolis Valley.

Our goal is to better understand the business climate and identify ways to support business growth in the Valley.

We invite you to participate in this survey and share the survey link with your business network. Every business we hear from will make this survey more valuable and powerful as we respond to business challenges and opportunities in the Annapolis Valley.

Group ATN Consulting will receive your survey results and process the data to identify trends across a range of business-related topics. The Valley REN will use summary data from this survey to inform decision-makers in municipal and provincial government. Individual answers will not be published.

Please note: the dinner-for-2 draw has now closed.

For more information about this survey, please contact James Schofield, Economic Development Officer at the Valley REN: jschofield@valleyren.ca.

For technical assistance with this survey, e-mail surveys@groupatn.ca

The Valley REN is an inter-municipal corporation led by a private-sector board. We support business growth and guide economic development in the Annapolis Valley. Our partners are Glooscap First Nation, the municipalities of the County of Kings and the District of West Hants, the Towns of Berwick, Kentville, Middleton, Windsor and Wolfville, and the Province of Nova Scotia.

Rachel Brighton is Research & Communications Officer for the Valley REN, where she applies her skills as a journalist, editor, writer, publisher, researcher and public commentator. During her 25-year career in Canada and Australia, she has concentrated on business, public policy and rural economic development.