AFA YOUNGBLOODS WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUNG AD PEOPLE REALLY THINK
AFA Youngbloods wants to find out what’s inside the minds of the under-30s working in the advertising industry.
AFA Youngbloods, a division of the Advertising Federation of Australia, is conducting a survey to better understand the attitudes and aspirations of its members.
The survey results will be used to lift the profile of the Youngbloods on a national level, attract sponsors and increase attendance at Youngbloods events.
The aim of AFA Youngbloods is to provide opportunities for young people to learn from business leaders, network with their peers and have a say on industry issues and future direction.
It is represented in all states by a core committee of young people working in the industry.
The AFA Youngbloods will be launching a nationwide online survey to their database of members.
The Survey will be launched 30 March, 2006.
Those who complete the survey will go into the draw to win an iPod Nano.
The winner will be drawn 20 April, 2006.
The database consists of over 1,115 names, of those under the age of 30, working in the advertising and media profession.
Survey aims to gather data on those working as professionals in the advertising and media industries.
The AFA – Youngbloods state chairpersons, have worked together to write a series of 32 multiple choice research questions that they hope will provide them with a closer understanding of the under 30s segment of the profession.
A) Ambitions, aspirations and the professional status of Youngbloods members.
B) Attitudes and opinions about the Advertising profession by Youngbloods members.
C) Attitudes and opions about management structures and styles in agencies.
D) Professional development aspirations.
For full access to the complete survey:
Go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=925101716411
The results will be used to lift the profile of the Youngbloods on a national level, attract sponsors and increase attendance at Youngbloods events.
The results of the survey will also be released to the media and industry stakeholders for reference.
The survey will close on 19 April, 2006.
The survey will also be available to complete on the AFA website:
For any further questions about the survey, please contact AFA Youngbloods Victorian chairperson, Tess Blair: 03 8416 6729.