We’re approaching our targets with the 2017 Entrevestor Survey, but we still need more startup founders and CEOs to fill in our questionnaire – especially in New Brunswick.

This survey is the foundation for the data we collect on the Atlantic Canadian startup community. Policymakers rely heavily on that data when making decisions about programs that affect the ecosystem. So the higher the response rate, the better our information is.

By late last week, we had received responses from about 28 percent of the startups we’ve identified in Atlantic Canada. But in New Brunswick, we’ve only had a response rate of about 23 percent. We really need more responses overall, and we’d really love to up the tallies from Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and other parts of the province.

To take the survey, just click here.

We believe a lot of people mean to fill in the survey, but just haven’t got around to it. Our survey comprises only 18 questions. It takes TWO MINUTES.  All the answers are completely confidential. We only publish aggregated data.  And you can just skip any question you don’t feel comfortable answering.

We’re trying to complete this exercise with as little bother as possible to founders and CEOs. So please just take two minutes now and fill out the survey. And a huge thanks to everyone who has already filled out the questionnaire. We really appreciate it.

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