Take the Middle East Construction News survey and you could win a new Apple Watch!

Middle East Construction News (MECN) is planning a comprehensive refresh in the coming months, and is asking its faithful readers to help shape the future of the website by sharing their feedback. Readers who participate in the short survey will be entered into a raffle draw, which will see one lucky person win a new Apple Watch.

The survey comprises 13 questions and covers everything from the site’s design and performance to the content the site focuses on and the way it is presented. To participate in the survey please click here.

Readers who are interested in participating will have to answer all 13 multiple choice questions and submit their contact details, so they can then be entered into the raffle draw. The survey will close on 9 August 2022.

“MECN is an established and well-respected entity within the regional media space and the construction industry at large. The site is over 10 years old and is one of the most reputed sources of construction related news, C-suite interviews, analysis, expert opinions, features and much more. While MECN continues to grow in terms of its readership and content, we felt the time is right for a refresh that will enhance your overall experience when consuming our content,” said Jason Saundalkar, Head of Content at Middle East Construction News.

He adds, “We want to make informed choices with what we do with MECN as part of this relaunch, so I encourage everyone to share their considered feedback, good or bad, with us. This is a real chance for our readers to shape the future of MECN and requires about four minutes – the cherry on top is you stand a chance to win a cool new Apple Watch.”

Once the survey closes, every participant will be entered into the raffle draw – the winner will then be contacted by a MECN staff member. Click here to participate in the survey.

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