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Posted by Marketing on 16/12/2022.

Have your say in the 2022 EWA Member Survey

Dear Members,

I am delighted to invite you to participate in the 2022 Equestrian WA Member Survey.

Primarily, we are conducting the survey to better understand who our members are, how you feel about the value of your membership and gather ideas as to how we might improve your membership experience moving forward.

Your feedback and comments from the survey are invaluable and will be used as the basis to enhance the services we offer our members. Increasing the value of your membership is a top priority for EWA and will underpin the future success of our organisation and our sport in WA.

The survey is voluntary, confidential and should take less than 20 minutes to complete. Responses will not be identified by the individual, rather compiled together to analyse trends to help EWA fulfill our responsibilities with evidence-based decisions. The survey is divided into different sections: About You, Members, Events, State Equestrian Centre, Events and Commercial.

I am also happy to announce again that as an incentive to complete the survey, EWA and SEC vouchers will be offered to four (4) randomly selected respondents, in order of draw:

1. $250 EWA voucher

2. $250 EWA voucher

3. $50 SEC voucher

4. $50 SEC voucher

The survey will remain open until late January. Following the conclusion of the survey, we will be analysing the results and communicating the findings with you and also providing an update on how we to intend to utilise your feedback. It is important to recognise that this is a journey and together we will not lose sight of the vital ports of call and the long-term ambitions we are striving for.

Thank you in advance for participating in the survey. Our members’ insights are of tremendous value and will guide us in our work moving forward. You are our most important asset, and without you, our organisation and the sport wouldn’t exist.

By continuing to work together, we will be taking giant strides to achieving something that we all desire - leaving a legacy to ensure that equestrian thrives as a sport in Western Australia for generations to come.

Please click the link below to have your voice heard. 

Zac Acott

Chief Executive Officer

Equestrian WA



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