Survey for Craft Makers in Northern Ireland

13-Jan-2020 in Business & the Economy

The appetite for buying craft has increased dramatically over the past ten years, and we want to see the market grow even further. To this end, the Crafts Council and eight national partners*, including Craft NI, have already surveyed thousands of consumers - now we want to understand makers’ side of the story.

This short survey only takes 10 minutes to complete. If you have already completed the Crafts Council 2019 Makers Survey, it will be even shorter.

Please CLICK HERE FOR THE SURVEY.

The closing date is Friday 31 January 2020.

We want to understand:

1. How best to stimulate the market for craft
2. How best to support UK makers to sell.
3. How best to grow the market for craft.

Many thanks in advance for your input to this important survey.
The report and findings will be available in May 2020. For more information about the study see our summary here.

The survey is being managed by Morris Hargreaves McIntyre (MHM) on behalf of the Crafts Council. MHM is an independent research consultancy who strictly adhere to the Market Research Society (MRS) Code of Conduct. The data is being collected, processed and analysed by MHM. Your responses will be entirely confidential and will be used solely for the purpose of research and quality control. You have the right to access, withdraw your consent to use and object to processing of your personal data. For further information about your legal rights and how to exercise these please see MHM’s Privacy Notice for survey respondents here: https://mhminsight.com/files/mhm-privacy-notice-survey-respondents-v1-kH7n-251-9222.pdf

Please see the Crafts Council privacy policy.

*For more information on the partners: Arts Council of Wales, Contemporary Visual Arts Network, Craft Northern Ireland, Craft Scotland, Crafts Council, Creative Scotland, Creative United, The Goldsmiths’ Company, Great Northern Events/Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair.

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