PurchasingB2B wraps up its first-ever travel procurement survey and awards gift cards to two lucky survey participants
Toronto—PurchasingB2B has wrapped up its first-ever travel procurement survey and two survey participants have each won a MasterCard gift card worth $50. Wendy Morse of Nova Scotia and Larry Davis of British Columbia will each receive a card.
The survey, which was fielded until April 4, saw 200 readers participate. The names of the two winning participants were drawn randomly after the survey was completed.
With business increasingly globalized and with an overall increase in travelling employees, PurchasingB2B fielded the survey in order to tune into the travel procurement needs and challenges of our readers. The insights gathered during the survey will help us shape the agenda for our our Travel Procurement Symposium, September 18-19 and editorial content featured in PurchasingB2B and Travel Management Canada magazines.
We would like to congratulate our two winners and to thank all of our readers who took the time to complete the survey.