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Initial early feedback from those in attendance

media_710146_L7_CNN_7038Reaction to The Business of Women’s Sport conference continues to come in strong and fast. A survey was sent yesterday to those attending the event at the UCD Smurfit Business School and the initial feedback suggests that the most emphasis on the eight initiatives published yesterday should be on the Sport for Daughters campaign; followed by lobbying in pursuit of greater media coverage; and by an increased awareness and capacity for social media.

Today we open up some of the questions asked to our broader readership and will carry the results of the survey later this week.

If you would like to take 1 minute to answer five short questions on The Business of Women’s Sport but were not able to make it to the Conference last week, please click here.

Click here to take survey if you did not attend.

If you did attend but have not received or not had the opportunity yet to complete the survey you may do so from here.

Click here to take survey if you were at the conference.

Tomorrow we will carry considered reaction from those who attended and those who listened from afar on some of the issues we discussed and are already taking forward.

There has been strong mainstream media interest in the day including a main feature article in the Irish Timesin the Irish Examiner and via a lengthy interview with Rob Hartnett of Sport for Business and Mary O’Connor of the Camogie Association on the Last Word with Matt Cooper on Today FM (at 39 minutes).

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