You have the power to make a difference!
Over the years, as Amateur Radio operators we have seen changes in the make-up of how we source our equipment, how we engage with each other, and the technologies that we integrate with our activities in Amateur Radio. As the Amateur Radio landscape changes, the WIA is working to ensure that its products and services remain relevant.
David Ford - VK4MZ
The WIA today releases the first in a series of consultations that are structured to better understand the market in which the WIA operates. The first consultation is provided by way of a survey that is written to better understand what brought you to the hobby and what keeps you in the hobby.
The survey is presented in two formats, a long and a short. The long version of the survey, which should take about ten minutes to complete, explores what brought you to the hobby, what keeps you in the hobby, and how you may, or may not engage with specific WIA products. The shorter version of the survey simply attempts to understand what brought you to the hobby, and what keeps you in the hobby.
The short survey (2-8 minutes) is available via this Link
If you wish to share the short survey you can use the address below:
The long survey (10-30 minutes) is available via this Link
If you wish to share the long survey you can use the address below:
Please take the time to complete either survey and encourage other people to also share their opinions. The surveys are open to anyone that has an interest in Amateur Radio.
As we look forward to revitalising the WIA’s product set, the WIA thanks you for taking the time to complete either survey and helping to build a better organisation by letting your voice and experiences be heard. Your story is important.
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