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17 Sep 2021

All ACT members are invited to join in on the APPGCW inquiry report launch. Please contact the ACT if you would like to join in and we...

16 Sep 2021

There's so much to be learned from the success (or lessons) of others, particularly when it come to the ever-moving landscape of social media. So, every week Maybe* dig through all the data to...

15 Sep 2021

Read which lucky bike shops and customers were chosen to receive Local Bike Shop Day prizes

14 Sep 2021

Green Streetis a guide to helping smaller retailers & hospitality businesses work together to slash their carbon footprint and become more sustainable as quickly as possible.

14 Sep 2021

From 1st April 2022, employer NICs will increase by 1.25 percentage points. Employee NICs will also increase by 1.25 percentage points, including for workers above state pension age

13 Sep 2021

Local Bike Shop Day 2021, administered by the Association of Cycle Traders (ACT), was supported by a record number of cycling organisations and bike shops

9 Sep 2021

Join tax compliance company Avalara for a webinar as they cover IOSS & selling into the EU, on Thursday 30th September at 11am.

8 Sep 2021

The Scottish Government has published its shared policy programme following the announcement of the Scottish National Party's power sharing partnership with the Scottish Green Party.

6 Sep 2021

Gary Spengler, the previous owner of Butterworth Spengler, will be riding between 4th to 12th September to complete over 970 miles for a worthy cause

6 Sep 2021

The Wellbeing Guide provides retailers with practical advice on how to support wellbeing for themselves and their colleagues.

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Help the Home Office to tackle crimes against businesses

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News , Political News

The surveyHome Office has asked businesses to take part in the Commercial Victimisation Survey (CVS)- an important survey on the nature, extent and cost of crimes against businesses in England and Wales.

It is used to:

  • monitor crime trends
  • identify what needs to be done to reduce crime
  • find out what support, advice and information would be most helpful to businesses
  • investigate how COVID-19 has changed the nature and frequency of crimes

The Home Office need to hear from as many businesses as possible, including yours.

The Home Office have highlighted that they are interested in speaking with as many businesses as possible, whether or not your business has been a victim of crime. Only then can they be sure that the results represent the experiences of all businesses.

An Ipsos MORI interviewer may call you

Ipsos MORI, an independent social research organisation, is carrying out the survey on behalf of the Home Office. The survey will take place in summer 2021. During this time, an Ipsos MORI interviewer may call you to conduct an interview over the telephone, or to arrange a convenient time to call back. The interview should take about 20 minutes. All responses will remain totally confidential and anonymous for all individuals and organisations.

If your business is selected at random to participate in this survey, the Home Office would be very grateful for your time and would very much appreciate your input into this important survey.

More information on the survey can be found here.

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