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Responses required for Moving Trends Survey 2017

01 November 2017

PFM has launched the Moving Trends Survey 2017 to analyse developments within the relocation sector of the FM industry, in association with the British Association of Removers (BAR).

This has been designed to include multiple choice questions throughout, allowing respondents to provide their valuable feedback in just a few minutes.

All those entering will be entered into a draw for an iPad, the winner of which will be announced later this year.

For those wishing to provide more detail, a number of comment boxes have also been included.

Following the closure of the survey later this month, the results will be analysed and compared with the last example.

This was conducted just over seven years ago, also in association with BAR, and will provide a fascinating and valuable analysis of how the sector has developed over the last few years.

The Moving Trends survey was conducted by PFM for a number of years, mainly through the efforts of former publisher Peter Middup, whose sudden death coincided with the last year the survey was conducted.

Responses to this year's survey are requested from all those who have been involved in workplace relocations.

Click here to complete the Moving Trends 2017 survey.

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