Campaign India Team
Nov 25, 2013

Lend your insight to the Marketers' Outlook Survey: You might win a 32GB iPad Air

Complete the survey - in association with Ipsos to quantify Apac trends, spends and marketing strategies for 2014 – and get a full copy of the report.

Lend your insight to the Marketers' Outlook Survey: You might win a 32GB iPad Air

The survey draws on the region’s expertise to gauge outlook for the year ahead. It only takes about 10 to 15 minutes to take part, and once the research wraps up, results will appear both in print and online in February. Adding your opinions can help make this Asia’s most comprehensive study.

In addition, completing the entire survey entitles you to a full copy of the report and automatically enters you into a lucky draw to win Apple’s latest 32GB iPad Air.

Your input is valuable and defines the industry’s expectations for 2014. Business performance, brand investments and media allocation are all part of the evaluation. Just a few minutes out of your day adds to the study’s clarity. Results are anonymous and aggregated to build a benchmark picture for 2014.

And don’t forget, there could be a new iPad Air in it for you. So take part in the survey today.

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