Survey asks about Suffolk's personality
SUFFOLK'S development agency has launched a survey to gauge how people living and working there view the county.The survey concerns questions such as what Suffolk would be like if it was a person, asking whether it would be married and what it would choose as its employment.
SUFFOLK'S development agency has launched a survey to gauge how people living and working there view the county.
The survey concerns questions such as what Suffolk would be like if it was a person, asking whether it would be married and what it would choose as its employment.
Chief executive of Choose Suffolk, Celia Hodson, explained: 'As the custodians of the Suffolk brand, Choose Suffolk, we want to inject some new vigour into it and ensure it still reflects where Suffolk is today.
'As a county, Suffolk is continually evolving and is at a hugely exciting point in its history. It is now home to the likes of UCS, Ipswich Waterfront and OrbisEnergy. There's also an infectious entrepreneurial spirit alive in Suffolk and we want to make sure the county's brand successfully accommodates all these elements.'
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The online survey follows on from the Suffolk Brand Workshop held in Ipswich in December last year, which brought together representatives from the county's public, private and third sectors.
The online survey is at www.choosesuffolk.com/brand and will remain active until Friday February 5.
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