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Accountancy Age Regional Business Survey in association with Allied Irish Bank (GB)

Accountancy Age in association with Allied Irish Bank (GB) have teamed up to compile the most definitive guide to the business health of your region. To do this we need to know your views. Tell us about the main obstacles that prevent your business from growing - too much regulation, not enough talent?

Fill in the survey below – it’ll only take a few minutes. Then later this year we will publish a unique regional breakdown of the UK’s business health based on your answers. Make sure you fill in your name and address to be entered in the prize draw to win a crate of champagne.

Thank you for your time,
The Accountancy Age Team

Please click here to take part in the survey.

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