Scottish professionals working in public relations, marketing or communications are being urged to take a tea-break and help shape the future direction of PR in Scotland.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in Scotland is carrying out its biggest-ever survey to help it determine a range of issues, from events to the reasons people do or don't join.
The ten-minute online survey requires to be completed by a week on Friday.
In a statement issued by CIPR Scotland, its chair, Caroline Binnie, is quoted, saying: “Everyone in Scotland working in public relations, marketing, communications, whether online or offline, member or not, is being asked to take a ten minute tea-break and tell us their views.”
The CIPR Scotland committee is polling on a number of different issues, including:
* How is the CIPR doing in Scotland?
* What do members want from events?
* Could the training on offer better serve member needs?
* How is the industry feeling about the current economic climate?