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The below invitation was recently sent out to nearly 1000 US resellers asking for help in gathering data via confidential anonymous online surveys.  IS strongly encourages you to take a few minutes to take this survey, which will not only provide the information back to those who commissioned the study, but also will be available to dealers at a discounted rate.  The more dealers from IS who participate, the better the discount to be paid as a rebate!  Your responses are important - so please take a small piece of your day to complete the survey at the link below.  You might even with $1000!  Thank you!


An Invitation To Participate In An Important New OPI and MWA Survey Of The US OP Dealer Channel

As you may have seen recently, OPI and Martin Wilde Associates (MWA) are currently conducting a major market research survey (called "The Phoenix Report") on the current health of - and prospects for - the independent office products (OP) dealer channel in the USA. 

The study has been commissioned by a number of OP wholesalers, OP dealer groups and OP vendors.

This research involves anonymous online research interviews with independent OP dealers and we would very much like you to take part in this confidential survey, which should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. 

As a member of the UK Market Research Society, we will ensure that all of your answers are anonymous at all times and that none of your comments will be passed to any third party in any form traceable to you. 

In appreciation of your help we will enter your details into a prize draw for $1,000. We will also send to you a summary of some of the key results from this survey, as well as extracts on the current state US OP market from our 2016 “State Of The Industry” market study.

To access the online questionnaire please go to

We would be grateful if you could complete the survey by the end of July 2016.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank you for your attention and your help!

Kind regards

Martin Wilde