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HAVE YOUR SAY: WHAT DO YOU THINK OF INDUSTRY UPDATE?

13-03-2015
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I trust all our readers had a wonderful holiday break and you have re-charged your batteries for the challenges that lie ahead in 2015.

Can I ask you for a big New Year’s favour?

The team at Industry Update is keen to discover more about you and what you think about our publication, e-newsletter and website.

We will soon be inviting you to fill out an anonymous survey that should only take between 5-10 minutes to complete.

And by taking the time to tell us your thoughts you could go into the draw to win some great prizes.

As a loyal reader we don’t need to tell you that Industry Update is Australia’s leading manufacturing magazine – you know that already.

With an audited national circulation of 19,000, a readership of 74660 and record-breaking editions every year, Industry Update is streets ahead of its opposition.

For nearly 19 years our bi-monthly magazine has kept industry up-to-date with the latest manufacturing news, product news and informative features.

The magazine is considered a must-read for the people who make buying decisions.

And you have probably noticed some major changes to our Industry Update portal, which now provides a comprehensive online news and information service to keep the industry informed of latest trends in manufacturing.

But back to the survey …

We mainly want to ask questions that will help us deliver the stories and features you want to read most.

We’d like to know which of the features you find most useful and which topics most interest you.

We know our readers care about the industry they work in, so you’ll be helping us to help you. 

By responding to the survey you will help us to understand the current state of the industry and to gain some valuable insights into the information you require.

Thanking you in advance.

We look forward to your feedback.

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