Blog: Survey time - We ask the questions
Olly Wehring | 3 February 2010
At the beginning of last year, the performance of the drinks sector in 2009 was pretty easy to forecast. After all, as 2008 came to a close, it was clear that the prognosis for the following 12 months was not good. One year on, however, and the future is a little tougher to forecast.
So, just-drinks is asking its readers what they think 2010 has in store for our industry.
We've put together a short questionnaire, which will only take a few minutes of your time. Once the responses have been compiled, I will send you the results.
Rest assured that all responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and summary/average results presented.
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