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HAVING NO SUCCESSION PLAN IS STILL A PLAN – LAST WEEK TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SUCCESSION PLAN SURVEY

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Nov 27, 2018

To know your current plans for keeping your business, or putting it on the market, helps shape the future of our industry and quantifies the need for new business owners and future employees.

This brief 13-question survey allows us to learn about our boating industry members and their current and future plans. The survey should take less than 3 minutes to complete – please invest that time for everyone’s sake.

All results are completely anonymous and will only be used for Boating Industry Canada’s News Week and to be shared with our Canadian marine trades associations. We will be comparing the responses with a survey done in the United States, so you will be able to compare your situation with that of the industry in America. We will share the survey results in an upcoming issue of News Week.

Please take the survey now: CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY.

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