SEQICC Survey 2014 - Stakeholders
Thank you in advance for your participation! Your responses will help make the South East Queensland Chamber of Commerce stronger, more effective and responsive to you and your needs.

The South East Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (SEQICC) is looking to find out how it can better serve Indigenous businesses. This quick survey (estimated completion time - 15 minutes) is designed to find out more about your organisation, what your interests and needs are, and how the SEQICC can work with you.

So that we can better serve you, we need to know a few things about you, your organisation, including information like what your organisation's goals are, how many Indigenous clients you serve, and how you think the SEQICC can assist you.

PLEASE NOTE: No information will be collected or released that can specifically identify your organization. Your responses will only be used at the aggregate level. In others words, your responses will be combined with the responses of other stakeholders to look at overall themes, trends and opinions.

Section 1: About your organization
Type of Organization
Please tell us a bit about your organization's activities or mission.
Your answer
In terms of your client base over the last calendar year, what markets do you currently participate in? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
How many clients are currently served by your organization?
What percentage of your clients are exclusively Indigenous people, businesses or communities?
Your answer
Please describe one or two issues most pressing to your organization?
(Examples: funding, employment, health-related, education, etc)
Your answer
Has your organization considered social enterprise as a way to serve your community?
Section 2: About the Southeast Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce
If you are not currently a member of the SEQICC, please answer to the best of your ability. We value your feedback!
Please answer the following statement. (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
The mission of an Indigenous chamber of commerce should be to:
In your opinion, how effective has the SEQICC been in: *
Very ineffective
Somewhat ineffective
Somewhat effective
Very effective
Generating wealth
Building skills and capability
Fostering trade
Advocating for Indigenous businesses
Advocating for Indigenous communities
Please answer the following statement. (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
An Indigenous chamber of commerce should provide:
In your opinion, how effective has the SEQICC been in providing: *
Very ineffective
Somewhat ineffective
Somewhat effective
Very effective
Does not apply to my organization
Opportunities to network with government officials
Information about sources of funding
An online directory of Indigenous businesses and organizations
Skills training
Opportunities to network with industry partners
Resources to encourage trading opportunities internationally
Resources to encourage trading opportunities nationally
Resources to encourage trading opportunities locally
Opportunities to network with other Indigenous business owners
Opportunities to network with non-Indigenous business owners
In the future, how likely is your organization to use the following resources, if provided by the SEQICC: *
Very unlikely
Somewhat unlikely
Somewhat likely
Very likely
Does not apply to my organization
Indigenous business and trade show
Networking event with government officials
Networking event with non-Indigenous business owners
Resources to encourage trade in other states
Resources to encourage trade in Queensland
Achievement awards gala
Business skills workshop for emerging entrepreneurs
Networking event with industry partners
Business skills workshop for established entrepreneurs
An online directory of Indigenous businesses and organizations
Incubator office space for new and emerging businesses
Mentorship program
In-house consulting services
Resources to encourage trade internationally
Networking event with other Indigenous business owners
Chambers of commerce requires funds to operate. One source of funding comes through charging for membership.
What would you reasonably pay for a annual membership with the SEQICC?
Should the SEQICC have different kinds memberships? *
Membership type and cost should be different based on:
Yes
No
Size of Business
Indigenous vs Non-Indigenous
Individual vs Organization
Is your organization currently a member of the SEQICC?
How likely is your organization to become a member of SEQICC in the future?
What, if anything, can the SEQICC do to assist your organization? *
Your answer
Section 4: Stay in touch
Would you like to receive a copy of the results of this survey?
Please provide us with an email address where we can send our findings. The findings will also be made available through our newsletter.
Your answer
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