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Fire Industry Association to assess current fire industry market conditions
Tuesday 4th September 2018
The Fire Industry Association (FIA) – the UK’s largest trade association for the fire safety sector – is to carry out a large-scale survey to assess the current market conditions within the UK fire market.
The survey, which is conducted every year, asks businesses within the fire market to voice their opinions on various areas of trade, such as the number of orders and quotations provided, and tracks their views on the need for training and personnel.
The FIA is asking businesses working within the fire sector to contribute to the survey, as this will form an essential piece of research and help predict the market trends within the industry. As an added incentive, the Fire Industry Association (FIA) is giving you the chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher for you to spend on whatever you like. And for those that are quick enough, the first 100 people to enter will be given two entries into the prize draw – so you can double your chance to win.
The FIA promises full confidentiality, and no names or businesses will be singled out within the report.
To take part, click on the links below, depending on whether you or your business is a member or a non-member of the Association.
The FIA is a not-for-profit trade association promoting professional standards in the UK fire safety industry.
The Association was formed in April 2007 out of a merger between two longstanding and well-respected trade associations, FETA (Fire Extinguishing Trade Association) and BFPSA (British Fire Protection Systems Association). The FIA is ‘owned’ by its members, which means that they are answerable to and representative of their members.
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