Capital Region business community encouraged to participate
Baton Rouge, La. (October 11, 2021) – The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today opened its 2022 economic outlook survey and invites the Capital Region business community to participate. Responses will be compiled in BRAC’s 2022 Economic Outlook, a decision-making tool for the organization and businesses throughout the nine-parish region. The survey will remain open through Friday, October 22, at brac.org/economicsurvey.
“As the regional economy continues its pandemic recovery, it is critical that businesses are armed with timely, relevant data important to decision making” said Adam Knapp, BRAC president & CEO. “Widespread survey participation is essential in ensuring the final report is as valuable as possible for the region’s business community.”
The five-question economic outlook survey covers revenue and employment forecasting, and top obstacles related to business growth.
The 2022 Economic Outlook report will be released December 7 at BRAC’s Monthly Lunch event, presented by IBERIABANK, a division of First Horizon Bank. The presentation will offer insights, analysis, and a forecast of the Capital Region’s economy for the upcoming year. Registration for the lunch is available at brac.org/events. The report will also be published online at brac.org/research.
BRAC began producing the annual Economic Outlook in 2007. Since its inception, the report has become the market standard for annual regional economic data.
BRAC’s business intelligence team provides custom research services for businesses. Businesses interested in labor market research, economic impact modeling, demographic and economic data, general research, and consulting should contact Senior Vice President of Business Intelligence Andrew Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Baton Rouge Area Chamber
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) leads economic development in the nine-parish Baton Rouge Area, working to grow jobs and wealth and to improve the business climate and competitiveness in the region. Today, BRAC investors include more than 1,400 small businesses, midsize firms, large industry and entrepreneurial startups, as well as individuals and organizations that support business and economic development. In this capacity, BRAC serves as the voice of the business community, providing knowledge, access, services and advocacy. More information is available at brac.org.