Take Sculpteo’s Survey, Please

By on January 24th, 2018 in Service

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 Take Sculpteo's 2018 industry survey!
Take Sculpteo’s 2018 industry survey!

Surveys are more important than you might think.

We do them at this publication every year, and it allows us to gain important feedback from our readers (you) to adjust our strategies going forward. That’s what 3D print service Sculpteo is doing as well. 

But there’s a bit more to Sculpteo’s survey here. The company has being doing such surveys for three years now, and unlike some companies, they publish the results for all to see. This allows everyone to get a glimpse at the overall state of the industry at that point in time. 

Sculpteo’s survey does not take long to fill out, perhaps only a few minutes. But I believe that if you fill it out you’ll accomplish a few things. 

First, you’ll provide Sculpteo with some information they can use to improve their offerings, which may be of interest to you. In particular, they have several questions that seem to be poking at the notion of additional services they might offer in the future. 

Secondly, you will ensure their report will incorporate your situation into the overall picture. This allows everyone to understand better what people are interested in when using 3D printing. 

Thirdly, when the results are available, you can compare yourself to others, perhaps your competitors. 

Even companies that aren’t Sculpteo can make use of this report, as it will show what customers are looking for. By understanding this information, a company could make adjustments to their strategy and benefit. 

Finally, by participating you will obtain not only a 10% discount on Sculpteo services, you will also have a chance at a USD$100 Amazon gift code. 

I filled it out; so should you. 

Via Sculpteo

By Kerry Stevenson

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has written over 8,000 stories on 3D printing at Fabbaloo since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!