Global Talent Hub survey to gauge Sydney's attractiveness

SydneyOperaHouseTNThe NSW Government and The Committee for Sydney are jointly running a survey that could see you win free return flights to London for giving your opinion on Sydney as a destination to live and work.

The NSW Government and The Committee for Sydney are jointly running a survey that could see you win free return flights to London for giving your opinion on Sydney as a destination to live and work.

Sydney as a Global Talent Hub is a joint initiative of the NSW Government and The Committee for Sydney. This initiative aims to discover what it is that makes Sydney attractive – or indeed unattractive – as a destination to live and work, and how it compares in that regard to other global cities. SME Association of Australia CEO Caroline Hong is an Advisory Board Member of the Global Talent Hub Committee for Sydney.SydneyOperaHouseLG

The Committee for Sydney and NSW Trade and Investment have been working together on a project aimed at identifying the attractors, barriers and trade-offs that highly-skilled, talented individuals make when choosing where to locate to. Individuals who fulfil these criteria are invited to participate in a survey aimed at helping the Global Talent Hub Committee for Sydney discover the key interventions that need to be made to ensure Sydney is a magnet for global talent. By completing the survey – which should take you no longer than 15 minutes – you will have the chance to contribute to a discussion that could lead to important policy changes at both a state and federal level.

Completing this brief survey will put you in the running to win either:

  • Two return Qantas tickets from Sydney to London on their recently launched route via Dubai; or
  • The latest Huawei Ascend Mate smartphone.

The survey has to be completed by 0900 AEST Tuesday June 4, so get cracking on it now by clicking here. To ensure you are eligible to win the above mentioned prizes, read the terms and conditions of the competition here.

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