Tell us what you think and help us shape the future of the British Fencing Membership Scheme
We’ve commissioned mruk to carry out research that will help us to establish the needs of our current membership and potential future members. Understanding the services and benefits people value will enable us to deliver a good value, fit-for-purpose membership scheme. This scheme is a key part of our strategy to support significant growth in membership.
This research is also informed by our insight-led approach to increasing the number of people participating in fencing which began in 2014.
We’d be very grateful if you could spare 15 minutes to complete our online survey. It doesn’t matter if you’re a member of British Fencing/a Home Nation Fencing Association, or even a fencer. If you have a connection to fencing and a point of view, we’re really interested to hear it!
As a ‘thank you’ for sharing your views, we’re giving everyone who completes the survey before June 1st the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win £300. The winner will be selected at random* from the survey participants.
mruk are undertaking this survey on our behalf. This means that your replies will not come back directly to us but will be sent to mruk, who will aggregate the responses under tight controls that will ensure your confidentiality.
Should you encounter any problems or have any questions about the survey please contact Arun Shrestha at mruk on 020 7627 7761 or email [email protected].
mruk is a member of the Market Research Society (MRS) Company Partners Scheme and adheres to the MRS Code of Conduct and Data Protection Act. Unless you agree otherwise, the information you provide will only ever be used for research purposes – it won’t be passed on or used for anything else.
We’d like to thank you in advance for your time and co-operation!
*Full terms and conditions can be viewed here
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