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Don't miss out on our inventors survey to be in with a chance of winning a free Workshop ticket

The survey takes just two minutes to complete, and for your time you'll be rewarded with a chance of winning a free pass to this year's Inventors Workshop, as well as £200 in Amazon vouchers.
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Ahead of this year's Inventors Workshop, we've put together a quick survey to help us best tailor the Inventors Bulletin to your needs.

In our ongoing aim to be a valuable outlet for the toy and game inventor community, we're interested in hearing more about you and the challenges you face as an inventor in Britain today.

The survey takes just two minutes to complete, and for your time you'll be in with a chance of winning a free pass to this year's event as well as £200 worth of Amazon vouchers.

So click here to take part and let us know how you're getting on.

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