ACCC - Strategic Review external stakeholder survey

The Australian Competion and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a survey to seek feedback from consumers, businesses and other stakeholders as part of its annual review of the ACCC’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy and Priorities.

The ACCC’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy sets out the ACCC’s priority areas for its compliance and enforcement activities, and lists the primary factors the ACCC will take into account when deciding to pursue issues or matters. Feedback from small businesses is invaluable when drafting this policy and past feedback has had a direct impact on priority areas.

Your views on the major issues facing small businesses are an important element of the ACCC's stakeholder consultation.  They are seeking your views on our current priority areas and asking you and your networks to identify new issues that might be causing small business harm or competitive detriment, so that they can include these views in their considerations when drafting their Compliance and Enforcement Policy for 2022.

COVID-19 pandemic has caused substantial disruption to the domestic and global economy and the ACCC is seeking to understand your experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic, and how this has impacted you and your networks.

The online survey is available at: 2021 Strategic Review - external stakeholder survey

The survey closes on 3 November 2021.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact StrategicReview@accc.gov.au.