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wE HELP YOU MAKE BETTER DECISIONS.

We deliver research that aligns your strategy to the needs of the people that matter most to your organisation.


 

Survey Matters is the leading research agency for the association and not for profit sector. 

We are are full service agency, offering a range of research and strategy services. Combining research experience with deep sector knowledge, we generate insights that support strategy development, engagement programs, advocacy campaigns, marketing and promotional activities.

 

RESEARCH SERVICES

We custom design all projects to meet your business and research objectives.  Whether you want a survey of your members, a segmentation study, an ongoing insight community or industry data to support your marketing and advocacy efforts.

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Industry Data & Benchmarks

Industry data provides information vital to support the advocacy and public relations work associations undertake on behalf of the profession or industry they represent.

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Stakeholder Research

Conducting regular stakeholder surveys is fundamental to strategic planning and essential to the development of successful retention and engagement strategies.

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Public Opinion & Awareness

Consulting the market to understand public opinion about issues affecting your industry adds to sector knowledge and increases the value you provide members.

 
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DISCOVER WHAT REALLY MATTERS.

We give your stakeholders the confidence to provide honest feedback, ensuring your research data provides a reliable foundation for evidence based planning.

OUR RESEARCH

We've worked with a range of industry bodies, professional associations and not for profit organisations to help them bring their insights program to life.

 

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oUR LATEST RESEARCH

Millennials: Building Engagement with Associations

Our latest research look at the attitudes and opinions of millennials.  It investigates what they think of associations, why they join (or don’t join!) and what they think associations can do to create value for younger members.