Census on the profession is announced

McCormick, Emily
May 2013
Optometry Today;5/3/2013, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p10
The article discusses research that will be conducted by MarketMakers to investigate the market state, views and trends of the optics industry in Great Britain. The survey, which will be called Optical Census, will gather insights from the number of optometrists and opticians practicing in Great Britain about the company they work for, the location of their practice as well as the size. In 2014, the 100% Optical will take place at the ExCel exhibition centre in London, England.


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