The Construction Media Index 2017 aims to inform your communications strategy for marketing to key construction decision makers.
The Construction Media Index is research into traditional and digital communication channels used by UK construction industry decision makers.
The Construction Media Index 2017 aims to inform your communications strategy so that you reach your key decision makers, and achieve your marketing objectives.
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Now in its fifth edition, it is the only impartial research report for the construction industry on traditional and digital communication channels.
Competitive Advantage Consultancy Ltd will be researching construction professionals to learn how they gather information to inform their purchase and design decisions. The reports aim to provide insight into what key decision makers in the industry read and where they source information. Reports will cover:
- Architects £500 + VAT
- Main Contractors £500 + VAT
- Housebuilders £400 + VAT
- Offsite Manufacturers £400 + VAT
- Builders Merchants £400 + VAT
Each Construction Media Index report takes a comprehensive look at online and hardcopy journal readership, digital readership, usage of social networks for work, sources of product information and ideas, sources of technical information, use of product directories and CPD.
The objectives of the Construction Media Index are to:
- Provide an impartial report for the use of the construction industry
- Identify the key hardcopy and electronic media used by category of decision maker and market sector
- Identify sources of information and ideas
- Present the usage of online social and information media
To ensure complete impartiality no publishers of media have been involved in either the compilation of contact lists or subsequent phases of the research
The Construction Media Index is sponsored by:
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