IEDA, CCEDC asks area businesses, organizations to complete COVID-19 related survey

DES MOINES – The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) and the Calhoun County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) needs to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Iowa and is asking for your help.

To assist in these efforts, local businesses and organizations are asked to complete a five to seven minute survey, developed by University of Northern Iowa's Institute for Decision Making, to tell the IEDA what your business is experiencing and how your business is handling the current sitation. 

The IEDA asks to forward this link (https://uni.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4SK7W5qa88IkhXT) to businesses/attractions/organizations within Calhoun County's communities.

Information collected will be used to gain an accurate understanding what Iowa can anticipate so that Gov. Kim Reynolds, the Iowa Legislature and IEDA can plan an effective, comprehensive and appropriate response, and hopefully assistance to our small businesses throughout our communities.

The IEDA will use the information collected in this survey to inform its public policy in response to the crisis, as well as potential assistance to businesses. The deadline to complete this survey at 5 p.m. is Monday, March 23.

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