New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has announced the implementation of a business impact assessment for small businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy.

The survey, created in partnership with statewide business groups, the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA), the State Chamber of Commerce, Commerce and Industry Association of NJ (CIANJ) and National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) will help inform the Administration and industry leaders about the most pressing needs of those small businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy.

The results will not only allow for direct follow up with respondents about their issues, but help formulate broader strategy when it comes to business recovery around the state, including the specific resources required by business owners and what they identify as areas of concern for the near and long term.

If your business was affected by the storm, please take a moment to fill out this survey.

Your response will help the state more fully assess the needs of our business community – both financial and otherwise – as New Jersey works to recover from the storm.

To read more about the survey, click here.