RIPE NCC Survey 2013 - Please Participate ________________________________________________________________________
The RIPE NCC Survey 2013 is now online. You can take the survey at:
There are no limits on who can take the survey. All interested parties globally are asked to participate.
We ask that you take this very important survey for the RIPE NCC and the Internet community, and that you encourage your colleagues and contacts to participate.
This survey will allow us to assess our services and activities, identify areas for improvement, and help shape our strategy for the coming years.
The survey is carried out by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), which guarantees anonymity for participants and independent assessment of results. It will remain open until 24 June 2013. The results will be presented at the RIPE 67 Meeting in Athens.
The survey conducted in 2011 by the OII provided us with 52 key findings that the RIPE NCC was able to act on, and we hope this survey will provide similarly useful feedback.
This is your chance to let the RIPE NCC know exactly what you think and give your suggestions for how the organization should operate. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity.
Prize Draws -----------
To encourage responses, the RIPE NCC is offering participants the chance to win an iPad mini if they complete the survey.
An iPad Mini winner will be drawn every week until the survey is completed on 24 June. If you complete the survey early, you will be included in later prize draws, giving you more chances to win.
If you have any questions about the survey, you can email us at:
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