Have your say in edie's consultancy survey
Once again edie is inviting consultants and their clients to share their views on who shines in their field and who is the best of the best.The annual survey is unique in that it gives the views of industry insiders but also, vitally, those of the individuals and companies who use the consultants' services.
Whether you are a consultant or a potential customer, your opinion is crucial to our 2007 survey.
If the chance to have your say is not enough, we're giving away two months' free access to edie+, our subscription-only service, to everybody who completes the survey.
The survey solicits opinion on a broad range of issues facing the consultancy sector, asking where you think the growth areas are and who the key players are in areas from waste management to water treatment, from land remediation to carbon reduction.
The survey also aims to provide invaluable information on issues such as how potential customers select a consultancy for a particular job and in which specific areas they foresee needing the services of a consultant in coming months.
Vitally, it also gauges how well-known the myriad consultancies are amongst their peers and client base, as well as assessing their reputation.
Those voted as the leaders in their sector by those who know them best - their clients - will also be lauded at the edie Awards for Environmental Excellence at a gala dinner in the magnificent surroundings of the Natural History Museum in October.
To complete the survey, simply click on the link or visit the consultancy pages on www.edie.net
There will also be awards for the best projects in sustainable building, waste management and carbon reduction judged by a panel of widely-respected judges who work closely with the industry including the chairman of the environment agency, Sir John Harman, Deputy Mayor of London, Nicky Gavron, chief executive of WRAP Liz Goodwin, BRE Group director Peter Bonfield and the Carbon Trust's technology director, David Vincent.
Details of how to enter the project-based awards can be found here.
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