A survey of businesses across Tayside is looking for shops and other enterprises to have their say on how local business see the future of trading now that restrictions are easing.
Perth & Kinross Council leader Murray Lyle said: “The past year and a half have been challenging for us all and businesses have shown remarkable resilience in coping with the pandemic and lockdown.
“The intelligence provided by business leaders and owners will be invaluable in shaping the economic recovery across Tayside and in each individual council area.
“We want to know how businesses have adapted to the Coronavirus pandemic and what plans they have for the future so we can provide the support they need.”
Councillor Lyle added: “It’s important we hear from firms across all sectors and of all sizes. This will help us understand the challenges they face, and the opportunities for growth or diversification they may have identified too.
“The more intelligence we have, the better informed our decisions will be in the months ahead.”