Shortly after the COVID-19 lockdown began, BPCA sent out a survey to try and find out to what extent the pest management sector had been affected by the pandemic.
Six months on, the association said it wants to find out how your businesses have fared during this unusual time.
The BPCA said that even if you completed the survey the first time around, please complete it again so it can see how things have changed.
The information you provide will be used to help with BPCA’s lobbying efforts and assess how best it can support its members and the sector going forward.
This survey is for pest management business owners and pest management professionals only.
If you complete every question, the. BPCA will put you in a prize draw to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers. Make sure you provide your name and email address at the bottom so it can get in touch.
The survey should take about 12 minutes to complete and the BPCA asked respondents to include as much detail as possible and answer every question.
To begin the survey, click HERE.
Published: 14 October 2020
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