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Final call for entries for this year's AJ100 survey

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The deadline looms for submissions to the UK’s most important architecture survey - the prestigious AJ100

Practices need to submit their data before Friday 15 February 2013 to take part in the annual showcase of the nation’s hundred most influential architectural companies.

Published annually since 1995, this survey offers a timely snapshot of the profession over the previous calendar year and gauges the level of optimism among practices for the year to come. With respect to fees, salaries, sectors and markets, where the AJ100 practices go, the profession follows.

Filling in the survey is free, and membership to the AJ100 includes entry to the AJ100 awards, and the opportunity to network with peers and clients at events throughout the year.

Directors and partners in the AJ100 also have access to the exclusive AJ100 Breakfast Club, providing quarterly business briefings with business leaders over breakfast at Claridge’s London — previous speakers include aviation advisor Daniel Moylan, Olympic legacy chief Andrew Altman and Maggie’s Centres chief executive Laura Lee.

AJ100 membership also includes attendance at annual lunches in Glasgow and Manchester.

The questions remain largely the same as last year and the AJ is working with Bruce Tether of the Manchester Business School to analyse the data and provide greater insights.

To contribute to the AJ100 and fill out the questionnaire, go to www.aj100awards.com. The survey is also available in Microsoft Word and pdf format (see bottom of this page).

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