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A message from Dean Gael McDonald, UNITEC

A message from Dean Gael McDonald, UNITEC Faculty of Business

Dear :

A lot of people talk about "sustainability" as a way to improve business operations. At UNITEC, we are interested in sustainable enterprise, and we are participating in a global survey to rank 40+ countries in terms of sustainability.

Even if you do not have an active sustainability programme, we are just as interested in your opinions. The inclusion of New Zealand in the global report depends on sufficient numbers of participants, so if you would like to help further, please forward this e-mail to five of your business contacts.

I would appreciate about 6 minutes of your time to complete this anonymous survey.

No financial or commercially sensitive data are requested.

More background information is at Once again, to complete the survey, please click here:

With many thanks, Professor Gael McDonald

Note: This survey is being carried out jointly by Associate Professor Jens Mueller, University of Waikato Management School, in conjunction with UNITEC's New Zealand Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

Complaints and Ethical Concerns. If you have any complaints or reservations about the ethical conduct of this research, you may contact Professor Gael McDonald. Any issues you raise will be treated in confidence and investigated fully. Any information you provide is strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose of this research project. Data remain in the possession of Associate Professor Jens Muller, Waikato Management School.

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