Sheffield City Region Economic Review
Providing regular important feedback on how business is faring and monitoring trends and issues in the regional business economy.
Take the Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Review to tell us how’s business this quarter?
Your participation helps us to monitor trends and issues in the regional business economy.
Hundreds of businesses in the Sheffield City Region (SCR) participate in the Quarterly Economic Review each quarter to feed back on how their business is faring to help us to monitor trends in the local economy.
The results are used by the Chambers of Commerce, SCR Local Enterprise Partnership and other lobby groups to influence local, regional and national governments and decision-makers and to help shape the support structures available to the local business community.
This is a collaborative partnership between the SCR Local Enterprise Partnership, the region’s four Chambers and the University of Sheffield Management School.
The results are published each quarter in short reports to give a snapshot of the region’s economy and to highlight how current economic issues impacting on business. See the most recent results here for businesses in the Sheffield City Region.
The Quarterly Economic Survey, run by the British Chambers, is the country’s biggest and longest running private sector survey which acts as an economic indicator, often highlighting big changes in the economy long before other surveys or other official statistics. The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee use the QES as a key benchmark when setting interest rates.
Many thanks for your continued support.
Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership, Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber, Doncaster Chamber, East Midlands Chamber, Sheffield Chamber and Sheffield University Management School.