Tiffin-Seneca economic partnership launches first entrepreneurship survey

Tiffin, Ohio – The Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced the first-ever public inquiry into entrepreneurship in Seneca County on Friday.

The survey asks for information on the perception of the environment and the resources of the company as well as on the individual interest in entrepreneurship.

Any resident, visitor, employee or student of Seneca County can complete the survey, which is available at www.tsepsurvey.com and will be open until October 25, 2021. Participants will participate in a $ 25 gift card draw.

Information from the brief confidential investigation will be used to assist the 23 members of the Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurship Committee (TSEC), its Chairs Bryce Riggs, Executive Director of the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Vice President Scott Johnson, dean of the University of Heidelberg School of Business and Technology; and the staff of TSEP with their strategic planning effort.

TSEC, as part of TSEP’s efforts to promote entrepreneurship, is currently developing the community’s first Strategic Entrepreneurship Plan (ESP). The PSE is facilitated by Deb Martin and Roberta Streiffert of the Great Lakes Community Action Partnership under the Rural Communities Initiative. This phase of the planning process includes engaging the community through focus groups, surveys and guided dialogue with local leaders, business owners and community members to gather feedback. ideas and information.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz is participating in the planning process and said, “Engaging the public through surveys like this will ensure that our plan includes the best goals and resources to successfully develop our local entrepreneurial ecosystem. “

Bryce Riggs said, “We are encouraging as many people as possible to participate in this brief survey so that we can find the best ways to serve our local entrepreneurs and business owners through the creation of this plan. “

Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner said, “Entrepreneurs and small business owners play a critical role in the overall health of our local economy. We look forward to the results of this survey in order to learn more about the local entrepreneurial environment. Through this initiative, we hope to find ways to continue to make our community a place where people want to locate their businesses.

Questions should be directed to Audrey Flood, Business Development Manager for Entrepreneurship, at (419) 561-0244 or [email protected]

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