Surveys

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Population Policy and Licencing Policy - October 2015

145 people responded to our recent survey

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Business Confidence Survey Results - January 2015

150 people responded to our recent survey

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Interim Population Policy Survey Results - February 2014

242 people responded to our recent survey.

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Sunday Trading Survey Results - October 2013

181 businesses responded to our recent survey.

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HR Survey - Qualifying Period Review

153 businesses responded to our recent survey.

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Business Confidence Survey - March & June 2013 - Final Results

89 businesses responded to our recent survey.

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Business Confidence Survey - March 2013 - results

The first of our Business Confidence Surveys

Issued to all our members at the beginning of March 2013, to gauge how businesses feel at the start of this year about the economy, we received 113 responses.

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2013 Members Survey

101 responses received for the first of the 2013 Members Surveys

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The findings reported that 61.1% of respondents joined Chamber for Useful Information, 52.6% for Networking and 35.8% for Campaigning / Lobbying.

65.3% of members felt the membership fee is fairly important when deciding to renew their membership, 79.2% felt the cost of membership is reasonable.

If members had an issue they wanted discuss with someone from Chamber 34.7% would contact the President, followed by 28.4% would contact an Executive Team Member.

64.6% of respondents felt that The Executive Team customer service level is good, 20.8% at a very high standard.

From the services provided campaigning & lobbying was ranked first for what respondents felt benefited them the most, followed by networking time / events.  61% of respondents have attended between 1 – 6 events over the last twelve months, and 73.2% attended for the choice of speaker.

20% of respondents reported that they have gained business through the Chamber network.

The team at Chamber constantly strive to deliver the best services possible to members, and we are always open to any suggestions / feedback you may have, so please feel free to contact me with any feedback.

We plan to run a Members Survey every six months to keep in touch on service levels.

Business Confidence Survey - November 2012

87 Responses were recieved to this survey.

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St Helier Healthcheck Survey

To help stimulate the strategic planning process for St Helier, Chamber commissioned a simple 'Healthcheck' survey, conducted by the Association of Town Centre Management (ATCM).

Business Confidence Survey - July 2012 - Results

100 businesses responded to our recent survey.

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Chamber Surveys

It is Chamber’s intention to carry out quarterly surveys, the purpose of which will be to monitor the effects of the current economic climate for local businesses.The first survey was issued in February 2009. We have an opportunity now for members’ views to be considered by Government.

Events

  • AJA CPD - IN THE FRAME: PAD STUDIO

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  • Master’s Open Evening at JIBS University Centre Financial services professionals are invited to attend a Master’s Open Evening at Jersey International Business School on 28 February to find out more about the MSc International Financial Services programme.

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  • Digital Hub - Setting Up A Business – The Legal Obstacles Advocate Andrew Pinel will be coming to speak to Hub Members about the legal obstacles that are often encountered when setting up a business in Jersey. March 22 @ 12:45 pm - 1:40 pm

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  • Digital Hub - How to get online payments for your digital business Setting up an online business and need a payment provider? Nowadays it’s essential for any business online looking to sell products and services. But, have you thought about what you need to do to secure one?

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  • Digital Hub - Data Protection and the GDPR Essentials for technology businesses Feb 28th 8am to 9am

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  • Coppolo and Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic) Dates: Monday 26th September 2017 Fee: £165.00+ GST per delegate Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

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  • Coppolo & Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic) Dates: Monday 25th September 2017 Fee: £165.00+ GST per delegate Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

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  • Coppolo and Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic) Dates: Monday 25th April 2017 Fee: £165.00+ GST per delegate Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

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  • Coppolo & Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic) Dates: Monday 24th April 2017 Fee: £165.00+ GST per delegate Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

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  • Coppolo & Coyde - CITB Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Dates: 16th & 17th October 2017 (2 Days) Fee: £365.00+GST per delegate(which includes all CITB workbook and registration fees). Venue: Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, Jersey

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