Health & Fitness Business Expo: Share your ideas about the show in a short SNEWS survey!

On the heels of a dramatically smaller Health & Fitness Business Expo, it’s time for the industry to take a hard look at what it not only needs and wants, but also what it will support.
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On the heels of a dramatically smaller Health & Fitness Business Expo, it’s time for the industry to take a hard look at what it not only needs and wants, but also what it will support.

Show management from Nielsen Business Media is looking at significant changes for 2010. At this year’s Health & Fitness Business show, representatives talked casually to many attendees on both sides of the aisle about its loose concept of what they have called a “hotel-based” conference, a change in show location, and other ideas to lower costs and generate increased attendance.

Before it’s a done deal, SNEWS® would like you to tell us what you think. We know you will be honest with us, and you know we won’t reveal names or who said what. So now’s the time to speak your mind, just as so many of you did in a similar survey last year.

Click here to get started now! There are only four required questions seeking opinions and another four optional ones. So it will only take a couple of minutes.

As you know, SNEWS has worked hard to contribute to the show’s education and energy over the years as a way of supporting the industry. In the end, it will be Nielsen’s decision about what happens, but you can have input, and we know Nielsen will listen to what you tell us since we are independent.

The survey will be open through Sept. 3, 2009, but don’t delay. Click here now or cut-and-paste this link into your browser: www.snewsnet.com/HFBsurvey09.

For a reminder, here are the results from our 2008 survey in a Sept. 9, 2008, story, “Industry wants HFB show to move, bring on other categories.” 

If you have any questions or comments, please email us at snewsbox@snewsnet.com. And pass this on to any and all of your colleagues.*

* Respondents must be SNEWS subscribers, but that’s easy with our Freebie subscription. Just tell your colleagues to go to www.snewsnet.com/snewsfreebie. Their access to the survey (and to last seven days of SNEWS news) will be active as soon as their registration is approved.

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