Impact study - Aquatic Industry in India
The Covid19 pandemic has dealt a tough blow to the Indian aquatics industry. The Indian Aquatics Industry Industry Survey, initiated by Sports and Fitness Sector Skill Council and Winning Matters supported by Swimming Federation of India and industry organisations, is aimed to measure the economic ramifications of lock downs, and provide data-driven insights to the government and relevant stakeholders in order to help them make informed decisions regarding the industry.

In this testing time for us all, it is important to come together, collaborate and outline the situation of the aquatic industry as comprehensively and clearly as possible with data. To make a larger call out for support and focus by government on the Aquatic Industry, it is critical to show decision makers the extent of impact on lives, livelihoods and financial loss.

To this end, we would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to fill this first Indian aquatic industry survey. Your response in vital. for decision makers to help the industry. We assure you that the information you share will be kept strictly confidential.

WHY THIS SURVEY? Decision makers need clear quantifiable information about the impact of the pandemic on our Indian aquatic industry during its peak months of business. This survey is an effort to provide national and state governments an overview about the impact to businesses in terms of earnings, jobs and participation numbers. The survey information will be used to develop a whitepaper that will be submitted to the government and relevant authorities to lobby for support for our industry.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS SURVEY? Any business connected with a swimming pool - e.g. swim schools, academies, clubs, private and government organizations, independent swim teachers and pool maintenance operators.
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