Future of the Outdoor Industry Survey

Future of the Outdoor Industry Survey

Survey Closes 31 July

Posted on 22.07.2020

Seeking to understand the impacts of the 2019-2020 bushfires, COVID-19 and climate change

You are invited to participate in a national survey of the Australian outdoor industry (organisations, employees and interested onlookers).

The survey seeks to understand the impacts of the 2019-2020 bushfires, COVID-19 and climate change as well as to chart possible paths to recovery and future thriving.

If you are 18+ and have been recently (since July 2019) involved in the Australian outdoor industry you are welcome to participate.

The survey will be open from 1-31 July, 2020.

The survey is expected to take 10 to 30 minutes. Those who complete the survey can enter a draw to win 1 of 2 x $50 shopping vouchers.

This project is a collaboration between Australian outdoor industry peak bodies, stakeholders, and the University of Canberra.

Click button below to do the survey …

For more info, get in touch via dot.foley@uni.canberra.edu.au

 

 

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