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Coming soon…. Denplan 2011 Dental Benefits Survey

25 March, 2011

Following on from the success of Denplan’s first Dental Benefits Survey in 2010, we will soon be releasing the results of the 2011 survey. Once again we have worked with YouGov to contact a sample of employees and company decision makers to get valuable feedback on benefits from the key audiences.

We’ve also taken on board your feedback, and added additional content to the 2011 survey to give you all the information you need on the dental benefits market. This years’ survey includes results on companies’ attitudes to intermediaries, giving you the insight into companies’ views on the role of intermediaries in the benefit mix.  We will also be presenting results on different market segments – allowing you to understand the different views of SMEs, large Corporate and other key market segments.

2010 Dental Benefits Survey – full report now available online

In the run-up to release of the 2011 Dental Benefits Survey, we are pleased to now make the results from the 2010 Survey available on our website for general use. The report gives you all the context of dental plans in the employee benefits market, as well as company decision maker and employee attitudes to dentistry.

Get in touch with us today to request your copy of the 2011 Dental Benefits Survey, and subscribe to our blog to get discussion and analysis of the impacts of the results over the coming months.

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  1. 2 May, 2011 6:32 pm

    please forward me the results of the dental benfits survey 2011 for denplan

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