Virginia Chamber of Commerce seeks input from local business owners
The Virginia Chamber of Commerce has launched a Blueprint for Getting Virginians Back to Work initiative, and is seeking input from local business owners. The blueprint is designed to get Virginians back to work as swiftly and safely as possible.
Virginia had an expected 10% unemployment rate for April, so the Virginia Chamber has stated a need to get more Virginians back into the stream of commerce. While the majority of businesses have been able to adapt and operate at least partially, others have been devastated by COVID-19. The blueprint is a meaningful way for the business community to share the ways that they have adapted as well as how they have been impacted. The Virginia Chamber has created a short survey to gather input, which can be found on this page. Local business owners are encouraged to take a few minutes and let their voices be heard. The deadline for taking the survey is May 15.
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