BIPC National Network Survey 2022/23

by | Jan 17, 2023 | Uncategorized

BIPC National Network Survey 2022/23

We’re undertaking a survey to help plan for our future, not just across Greater Manchester but all of the BIPC’s across the UK. 
This survey is being led by the British Library on behalf of the national network – see the message below.

“Thank you for using our Business & IP Centre services at the British Library, libraries across London and in centres nationwide.

As a valued user, past or present, we would like to hear from you about the difference our services have made to you and your business. Your feedback is vital to help us to improve these services and maintain our funding so that we, in turn, can continue to provide you with free and low-cost business support.

The survey closes on Friday 20th January 2023. We would be extremely grateful if you would give up to 10 minutes of your time to complete the questionnaire, feedback from which will help us in our mission to give everyone the chance to fulfil their dream of starting and running a business.


Best wishes,

Isabel Oswell

Head of Business Support Services”

The British Library is committed to only using personal data in a responsible and transparent way. Your data will be collected by Economic Research Services Ltd (ERS) via the Survey Monkey platform to research and evaluate the economic and social impact of the BIPC National Network on behalf of the British Library. No personal information will be published or shared with any additional parties, unless we receive your permission to attribute a quote or case study to you directly in any marketing or promotional material or output of this survey, for which we would first seek your consent.

If you provide us with your contact information we will only use that data for the purposes of conducting a follow-up in-depth interview by phone/Zoom.

We have also asked you to provide certain special category data in order to help us to comply with our legal obligation under the Public Sector Equality Duty to ensure that our services do not inadvertently discriminate against any person.

For more information about how the Library uses personal data you can review our Privacy Policy online.

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