Pierce County businesses recently told the County’s Economic Development Department what they need to survive and recover from the pandemic. A survey of Pierce County businesses was recently conducted to learn which types of assistance they have used since the start of the pandemic and to gather feedback on the effectiveness of those programs.
"As we move forward into business recovery, we're pleased to learn from our respondents that overall, our Federal CARES Act programs were beneficial and helped keep our business community afloat,” said Pierce County Economic Development Director Betty Capestany. “It's also clear that many businesses are still in need of support. Survey results will inform our efforts to help businesses in Pierce County access the programs and services they need during the pandemic and beyond.”
Businesses were also asked which types of support and services they need in 2021.The survey closed on March 2, 2021 and the results are posted here.