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What do you want from ICAEW Insights?

Author: ICAEW Insights

Published: 16 May 2024

ICAEW is undertaking a review of its Insights content and wants to hear your views on what is most beneficial to you.

ICAEW is inviting members to take part in a brief survey to help its Insights team understand which topics are most valuable, as well as preferred forms of communication from the organisation. 

The short survey also asks members to disclose their content viewing habits, preferences for newsletter communications, CPD requirements and social media use. 

It takes a few minutes to complete and can be accessed here.

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