Exeter Chamber of Commerce has this month launched its connectivity survey which is hoped will give insight into the internet connectivity speeds of businesses in the greater Exeter area.
It is hoped that by carrying out this survey, the Chamber will be able to positively influence investment to improve connectivity in areas where there continues to be challenges.
Clodagh Murphy Exeter Chamber board member and chair of Chamber subgroup, ExIST, said; “As a Chamber of Commerce, we are keen to better understand the connectivity landscape so that we may play our part in highlighting any areas of concern with connectivity. As a Chamber we are committed to working with and for the local business community to improve and enhance the conditions in which businesses operate.”
Exeter Chamber of Commerce plans to continue working on behalf of its members to improve the commercial prosperity of the City and County to the mutual benefit of members and the community.