Enter this Survey – Sydney as a Global Talent Hub: a joint initiative of the NSW Government and The Committee for Sydney
Dr Caroline Hong is an Advisory Board Member of the Global Talent Hub Committee for Sydney, and is assisting in promoting this survey through as many diverse channels as possible, including the SME Association of Australia, social media, SME forums, websites and online forums. Our aim is to reach out to at least 100,000 participants. Caroline lives and works in Sydney, and has her own views on why Sydney is attractive as a destination to live, work, play, raise a family and contribute to the community and nation as an individual.
What you have to do:Click HERE to access the survey – it will be open until Tuesday 9am, 4 June 2013 AEST.We expect the survey to take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. Those who participate in the survey have the opportunity to enter a prize draw (subject to terms and conditions).
What you get: Participants in the survey goes into a draw to win great prizes including two return Qantas tickets from Sydney to London on their recently launched route via Dubai. Second prize is the latest Huawei Ascend Mate which is a world class multimedia smart phone.
What is this about? Sydney as a Global Talent Hub: a joint initiative of the NSW Government and The Committee for Sydney. What is it that makes Sydney attractive or unattractive as a destination to live and work? How does it compare to other global cities?
The Committee for Sydney* and NSW Trade and Investment have been working together on an important project aimed at identifying the attractors, barriers and trade-offs that highly-skilled, talented individuals like you make when choosing where to locate. We are asking staff who fulfil these criteria to participate in a survey which will help us discover the key interventions that need to be made to ensure Sydney is a magnet for global talent. As one of these individuals you will have the chance to contribute to a discussion that could lead to important policy changes at both a state and federal level.
** Dr Caroline Hong is an Advisory Board Member of the Global Talent Hub Committee for Sydney, and is assisting in promoting this survey through as many diverse channels as possible. The SME Association of Australia is the unique SME voice on the Committee for Sydney.
*The Committee for Sydney is an independent voice for the whole of Sydney. We play an advocacy role in promoting Greater Sydney’s interests and future prosperity, engaging in policy discussions that affect the global competitiveness of Sydney as a business centre and as a place to live. Our aim is to enhance the economic, social, cultural and environmental conditions that make Sydney a competitive and creative global city. Our members are our greatest assets, we have in our membership some of the most significant organisations in Sydney in all sectors: private, public and not-for-profit, major companies, strategically significant local councils and key cultural, sporting and marketing bodies.