Join the Pacific Exporters Survey: You might win a laptop

Pacific Island exporters of goods and services are invited to participate in the 2016 Pacific Export Survey. The survey is an initiative of Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.   

On the conclusion of the survey, a random winner will be drawn from the pool of completed entries.

On the conclusion of the survey, a random winner will be drawn from the pool of completed entries.

This online survey, which takes no longer than ten minutes to complete, is the only comprehensive survey of its kind in the region that goes directly to the exporters of goods and services (such as tourism businesses) to ask for their views on a range of matters.

The objective of this research is to obtain a better understanding of the diversity of industries and businesses in our region, their size, shape, as well as opportunities and challenges – particularly with regard to international trade.

The findings will be discussed at various regional forums and with national Governments to address some of the challenges faced by export businesses in the Pacific region and identify potential solutions.

Responses to the survey will be treated with strict confidentiality and presented in aggregate form only.

Wait! There’s a grand prize to be won. Pacific Island based exporters are eligible to go into the prize draw and a lucky participant will win a brand new Macbook Air 13-inch laptop with Intel Core i5 processor, Intel HD graphics 6000 and 128GB flash storage. The prize is certainly worth taking the survey for!

On the conclusion of the survey, a random winner will be drawn from the pool of completed entries. The winner will be notified by email and the result will be publicised through Pacific Periscope and the PT&I Facebook page.

If you have any questions about the survey or the prize draw please contact us.

To those of you who participate, thank you for letting your voice be heard.

Click here to take the survey.

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