Animation SA invites all our members to participate in this important survey as part of the University of Johannesburg’s Innovation Observatory Project conducted by the Gauteng Department of Economic Development (GDED).

The University of Johannesburg humbly requests that you fill out the survey in the attached link below. This is the starting point to developing innovation policies and strategies within the Gauteng Province, intending to drive growth and progress within the industry.

By participating in this survey, members have the unique opportunity to make a lasting impact on future innovation policies. The collective input will help inform and shape decision-making processes, ensuring that regional strategies align with the needs and expectations of its members. Moreover, this collaborative approach will empower local industry players, reinforcing their role as catalysts for change and fostering a robust ecosystem that enables creativity, technology adoption, and business growth.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be an agent of change. To participate in the survey, simply click on the following link:

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