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Survey - The electronics industry and COVID-19: 'The New Normal'

ByteSnap Design is running a survey, one year on, to better understand the true effects of COVID-19 and Brexit on the electronics industry

The global impact of COVID-19 has been extraordinary and coupled with Brexit, the lockdown has had a significant impact on the UK electronics design industry.

While the economic and social impact has been devastating for many, some areas have seen growth, and views on what form the working life should take are still developing.

It is clear that, like many other sectors, the electronics design industry will have to adapt and remain agile.

A year on from the unprecedented lockdown, the electronics industry is in a polarised position. Extreme challenges in movement restrictions, supply chain problems, chip shortages and potentially Brexit are competing against the rapid innovation and exciting developments currently occurring.

By using the link below and completing this survey - and it will only take 5-10 minutes of your time - ByteSnap will be able to provide a better understanding of how you, your peers and the electronics industry as a whole is performing.

Once we have collected the anonymous responses, ByteSnap will share the results providing both engineers and companies with valuable insights into how the industry has been coping and what the key challenges are.

Your time is valuable, and therefore at the end of the survey there will be an option to enter a prize draw for a £100 Amazon voucher.

To take part simply click on the link below.

Author
Neil Tyler

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