Brussels-based professionals rely on the Internet.
Brussels-based professionals regularly use e-mail and the Internet for a wide range of tasks in their working lives, a new survey has found.
GPC and Morris & Chapman's first Brussels Internet Survey found that almost half of those surveyed use the Internet as their main source of information and just 10% said that they spend less than an hour a day on the web. Over 70% say that before dealing with a new organisation they look at its web site for background information.
Perhaps surprisingly, over 90% of respondents said that they directly receive and process their own e-mails.
GPC and Morris & Chapman questioned over 800 professionals from around the world who currently work in Brussels, Belgium.
Full results of the survey can be found at http://www.brusselsinternetsurvey.com.
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