20 April 2017

Works Management launches survey seeking feedback from magazine readers

Works Management’s Manufacturing Magazine has been the authentic voice of UK manufacturing for more than 40 years, providing the industry with a forum to exchange views and a platform for business improvement.

We constantly strive to bring you the biggest news stories and best practice ideas through our mixture of exclusive magazine content. But, as the UK manufacturing sector develops, and a raft of political and policy related changes begin to take shape, we want to know your thoughts on the content that we cover.

WM has developed a quick Survey Monkey quiz to give our magazine readers the opportunity to have a say about what they like and dislike, what they would like to see changed, and, perhaps even scrapped from the magazine.

The poll, which can be accessed at the link below, takes no longer than 10 minutes to complete and we thank you for taking the time to complete.


If you don’t have an issue to hand, then our latest and greatest magazines can be accessed, here.

Adam Offord

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