Business survey

Business owners / managers, do you think the Government should legislate against late payment?

In 2016 Business for Scotland conducted a survey on the impact of late payments on business growth and cash flow.

The valuable feedback we gained from businesses gave us the means to undertake 18 months of lobbying on the issue. We have now been asked to officially provide evidence to both the Scottish and UK Governments on the extent and impacts of late payment on businesses and we would appreciate your input.

Can you please spare five minutes or fewer to complete our latest and more comprehensive late payment survey. Your contribution will allow us to potentially influence a change in policy that could have a positive impact on both your own business and the wider business community in Scotland.

Please fill in our survey on late payments.

And please pass this link on to any business owner / person you think would like to participate.

Many thanks

Gordon Macintyre-Kemp


About the author

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp is the Founder and Chief Executive of Business for Scotland. Before becoming CEO of Business for Scotland Gordon ran a business strategy and social media, sales & marketing consultancy.

With a degree in business, marketing and economics, Gordon has worked as an economic development planning professional, and in marketing roles specialising in pricing modelling and promotional evaluation for global companies (including P&G).

Gordon benefits (not suffers) from dyslexia, and is a proponent of the emerging New Economics School. Gordon contributes articles to Business for Scotland, The National and Believe in Scotland.

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