News & Views

6th December 2016

2017 Market Monitor

06 Dec 2016

Market Monitor is the single largest national survey undertaken by the electrical contracting industry, and happens every two years.  This year’s survey will be even easier to complete than past years as it is online, interactive and can be completed in sections.

“The feedback we gather is invaluable for our industry, and gives us at NECA the help we need in determining the direction of our policy and industry representation,” says CEO Mr Suresh Manickam.

“The study focuses on a range of areas from the purchasing process through to non-compliant products – and everything in between.  By completing the survey electrical contracting businesses show us how they operate and make decisions – plus, it’s a great opportunity for the industry to identify areas that could be improved at NECA and by our federal and state advocacy,” he added.

The survey will run from now until the end of January 2017. All electrical contractors – business owners and employees, apprentices, business managers and purchasing managers are eligible to complete the survey.  And there are ten prizes of $500 to be won.

We hope you will support the industry by completing the survey  http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3041092/MM-2017  .

For further information contact Barry Jackson at NECA.

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Media enquiries and interviews

Barry Jackson – National Marketing and Communications

barry.jackson@neca.asn.au

D 02 9962 6904

M 0457 767 328

Andrew Jefferies – National Policy and Submissions

andrew.jefferies@neca.asn.au

D 02 9962 6903

M 0458 726 355

Notes for editors

  1. NECA is the peak industry body representing the interests of electrical and communications contractors Australia-wide.
  2. NECA is run by electrical contractors, for electrical contractors.
  3. We have 5,000 contracting companies as members – and they in turn employ over 50,000 people Australia-wide.
  4. NECA employs almost 350 people across its seven chapters (Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia).
  5. The chapters provide NECA members with a range of services including: Industrial Relations, Health & Safety, Legal, Technical, Training, business-support services, product discounts and advocacy representation in Canberra with Government, Industry bodies and Training bodies.
  6. NECA wholly-owns its RTOs and GTOs in NSW, VIC & WA, the EcoSmart Electricians initiative and ACRS – one of the national cabling registrars, and has a joint venture with a superannuation company in NSW (NESS Super).
  7. NECA also employ around 2,000 apprentice electricians and provides training to a further 2,000.
  8. For further information go to www.neca.asn.au.

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