Our nationwide Welsh Rugby Union online survey goes live

25th February 2016 17:39

In November 2015, we were commissioned by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) to conduct a market research project to understand behaviours towards rugby and how they can increase participation in the long term.Our nationwide Welsh Rugby Union online survey goes live

Our online survey was officially launched during February by Wales’ longest-serving captains, Ryan Jones and Sam Warburton. The Welsh Rugby Union news release about the launch can be found here.

The online survey is open to anyone in Wales with an interest in rugby. Warren Gatland said the following about our survey:

"For anyone who has ever sat at home and shouted at the TV with pride or frustration this is your chance to have your voice heard. We are very lucky to have a passionate and knowledgeable rugby public in Wales. We always speak of the three million selectors we have here and this is their chance to share their views. No-one knows the club game better than those that play, coach, referee and support it at grassroots level and we want to make the most of Our nationwide Welsh Rugby Union online survey goes livethat expertise. A strong national squad is shaped by the community game which feeds it and that's why I urge anybody that has an interest in the game to get involved and help us shape a healthy future for Welsh rugby."

The Welsh Rugby Union joins a string of recent high profile client wins for us, including Sport England in the sport sector and a range of other entities in the private sector, such as Barclay’s Premier League football clubs, Boccia England, a leading running shoes manufacturer and a major women’s football club, amongst others.

If you would like to find out more about our market research experience in the sport and leisure industry, please click here: www.djsresearch.co.uk/content/page/sports-market-research-experience

If you are Welsh, have an interest in rugby, and would like to help shape the future of rugby, all you have to do is click on this link and take part in the online survey.

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