Tell us what you think!

The new board of the Economic Developers Association of Newfoundland & Labrador is interested in getting feedback from as many economic development practitioners on a wide variety of topics. 

Your time is incredibly valuable, we understand that, but so is your feedback. We want our organisation to communicate with its practitioners on a regular basis. We want to ensure we are representing your views and opinions. Surveys like this are one method we hope to use as we go forward to make sure we do not stray from what our membership thinks and demands of us.

Thank you for the time you are dedicating to completing this survey, we'll look forward to these anonymous responses and hope you will participate in all future surveys.

Know another practitioner? Make sure you circulate this survey to them and don't forget to head on over to the EDANL website for association news and events. While you are there, sign up for association emails through the membership button.

Ross Houlihan
President, EDANL.

* 1. How many years have worked in the field of economic development?

* 2. How many years have you worked in your current economic development-related role?

* 3. What type of organisation do you work for?

* 4. Within your role, what functions are you responsible for? (Check all that apply)

* 5. What is the population of the town/city/region you work within?

* 6. What is the primary benefit you want to gain by joining EDANL?

* 7. How often would you like to see online training/webinars offered?

* 8. What is the best time of day for a webinar to be offered?

* 9. How often would you like to have in-person networking opportunities?

* 10. What annual membership fee would you find acceptable?

* 11. Do you have a budget for professional development, including travel?

* 12. What topics are of interest to you for training opportunities in this province? (Check all that apply)

* 13. Would you be interested in pursuing formalized and recognized national economic development certification and training if offered?   

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