March 17, 2011
If you’re a Canadian electrical contractor and/or a decision-maker within the organization (including estimator, foreman or superintendent), you’re invited to participate in a national research study on labour productivity in the Canadian electrical contracting market. This is a great opportunity for you to engage and influence the supply chain to help set forth stronger labour productivity strategies.
The interview will be conducted by phone and will take about 40 minutes. All responses are completely confidential. Only aggregated statistical data and comments to open-ended questions will be included in the final report.
The research is funded by the Supply & Distribution (S&D) Council—a division of Electro-Federation Canada (EFC)—whose 150+ member companies include manufacturers, distributors and representatives of electrical products in the Canadian market.
Coherent B2B (the market research company commissioned by S&D) will be in contact with interested parties to participate in this study to help gather information on their experiences in evaluating and adopting products to improve time efficiencies, cost savings and labour productivity. The purpose of this study is to help manufacturers, distributors and rep agencies better understand contractors’ business pressures and needs as they relate to productivity.
To participate, email Roger Partington (in photo) of Coherent B2B at email@example.com by March 31, 2011.
The findings in this report will be presented at the Supply & Distribution Conference in Quebec City, May 31-June 3, 2011.
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