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Innovative, inspirational, visionary, distinguished, compassionate — just some of the qualities that can be used to describe influencers of an industry and people of uncommon power and thought. Seems we struck a chord when we posted these words on Sept. 3 and the responses started roaring in when we asked you to name these influencers in our mini survey.
Now, if you didn’t see that story, missed the link to the survey, or perhaps forgot to go do it, the survey gates will be open until Sept. 22, but don’t wait to have your voice heard! Click here now to submit your top picks.
We’re looking for all sorts of people, from obvious names to up-and-comers or under-the-radar leaders in any channel. Retailers, suppliers, reps, distributors — anybody you think is a true influencer in some way and has an impact on what we have done, now do or may someday do. This is a person that has power and makes a difference — and may not even know it.
Do you know somebody like that? If so, SNEWS wants you to speak up, tap into our survey and name them. We want to consider all possibilities and include in upcoming SNEWS magazine articles and online stories. Please respond by the evening of Sept. 22 to have your voice counted.
We’d like as many responses and opinions as we can get. So tell your colleagues and coworkers! Be sure to do it before Sept. 22. And, as always with what SNEWS does, all information is confidential.
Won’t you tell us now who you think should be on this list by clicking here. And if you have any questions or comments, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance for your help.
(Respondents need to be SNEWS subscribers but since we have a FREE basic version that’s easy. Just tell your colleagues to go to www.outsidebusinessjournal.com/subscribe, scroll down to “Want a FREE subscription,” then click there and fill out the form. Not only will they get to do the survey, but they’ll also start getting their own SNEWS email alerts each week so they too can “Wake Up to Real News.”)