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Businesses encouraged to survey the Chamber

April 18, 2007

Albany--  The Albany Chamber of Commerce wants input from business leaders on how to improve the business climate in the city.

Beginning next month, the Chamber will begin conducting an online survey for its more than 1,200 members. The 34-question survey will touch on areas like how well the Chamber helps businesses start, relocate,  or grow and just how much the chamber contributes to the community.

Chamber leaders encourage all of its members to participate.

"We're thinking that other things will come to us, new ideas always more heads are better than one and we're hoping that the collective wisdom of the community will help make us better," said Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice-President Wendy Martin.

Chambers all over the state will participate. Members will be sent a link to the survey. They're also welcome to stop by the Chamber to fill one out in person.  

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