Female Paraplanners Needed For Research Project (UPDATE SURVEY CLOSED NOW)
7 January 2021
Professional Paraplanner’s publisher, Research in Finance (RiF), is a leading research company in the financial services sector. On occasion our readers are invited to take part in some fantastic research projects and also be rewarded for their time.
RiF has been engaged by a major financial services firm who are interested in understanding views from paraplanners about investment platforms that are currently used by the financial community.
The research quota of male paraplanners has already been reached, however RiF are short of views from female paraplanners – please note if you have already been invited by email and taken part in the study you are not eligible to take part again. Once the quota has been reached the survey will automatically close so please do act quickly if you’d like to be involved!
The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete and you are able to continue at another time by returning to this link.
All invited participants completing the survey will receive, within five working days, a voucher to the value of £10 pounds to spend at Amazon, and have the option to donate a portion of that to our charity partner, The Trussell Trust. One response will be accepted only per female paraplanner and only considered responses will be qualify for the voucher.
If you would like to participate in this study please click on the following link:
PLEASE NOTE THE QUOTA HAS NOW BEEN REACHED – if you would like to be invited to further studies from RiF visit Join the Panel ~ Research in Finance to sign up! Thank you!
Should you have any queries please direct them to [email protected]
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