InfoComm International Annual Presentations Professional Survey

Created: Wednesday, May 2, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 12:06 pm

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Every year, Lisa Lindgren coordinates with the media for this professional survey on presentations for InfoComm — and this year too, she sent me these details. All participants will receive a free survey report. Make sure you participate.

How do you compare with your peers…

  • What types of organizations do presentation professionals work in?
  • What areas of expertise and background do presentation professionals have?
  • Do you outsource your content development/delivery/overall communication strategy/technology/visual/graphic development, or do you do it in-house? How often does your organization contract with outside production firms for presentation development?
  • What types of challenges do presentation professionals experience today, and how concerned are they about these challenges?

Find out by participating in InfoComm International’s annual 2007 Presentations Professional Survey. This online survey should only take you about 15 minutes to complete.

To thank you for sharing your opinions and experiences in this survey, you will receive a free survey report by e-mail.

To be sure your responses are included; please complete this survey by May 18, 2007.

This survey is completely confidential and anonymous. All data will be consolidated with other participants and will not be available to anyone as individual responses.

To participate, click here…

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