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COVID-19 business confidence survey launches

written by Adam Thorn | April 2, 2020

A new monthly business confidence survey has launched today seeking to uncover the impacts of COVID-19 on Australian businesses and their employees.

Market research firm Momentum Intelligence has today announced the launch of the survey, which seeks to evaluate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the support of Australian Aviation and more than 10 of its affiliate media brands.

Momentum Intelligence head of strategy Michael Johnson said, “This monthly survey will provide industry, media and government with a live pulse of the sentiments of business owners and their employees.”

All Nippon Airways first Airbus A380 takes off. (Airbus)
All Nippon Airways first Airbus A380 takes off. (Airbus)

This first survey explores the impacts of COVID-19 on each business’ health to date and business owners’ perceptions of the impacts looking ahead, including on their own mental health.

“In this time of isolation, it’s more important than ever to understand how other businesses and individuals around you are coping with these significant changes to our every day and working lives,” Johnson added.

Each month, the results will be released by Australian Aviation to help provide feedback to shed a light on the important issues affecting the industry.

The anonymous, two-minute survey is open to all business owners, managers, directors, professionals and employees.


You can participate by following this link:

For more information, please contact [email protected]

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