Last chance to fill in rental surveys

By Helen Wright11 October 2016

The third quarter ERA/IRN RentalTracker survey for European rental companies and annual the Global Confidence Survey for international companies are closing soon – now is the last chance to enter.

Both surveys close on 14 October.

European rental companies

Readers from Europe’s rental industry are invited to complete the ERA/IRN RentalTracker survey, looking at the European rental industry’s performance in the third quarter of 2016.

Available in six languages, the online survey takes less than five minutes to complete and all individual responses are treated anonymously, with results presented in aggregate form.

Links to the online surveys are given below and can also be found at the webpage.

English survey link:

French survey link:

German survey link:

Spanish survey link:

Italian survey link:

Russian survey link:

The results are published at and, as well as in the print magazine.

International rental companies

Rental companies outside Europe are invited to take part in the annual Rental Confidence Survey

The Rental Confidence Survey is International Rental News’ annual survey of rental company confidence around the world, and takes just a few minutes to complete.

The survey closes on 14 October.

Targeted at rental companies based outside Europe, the aggregated data provides a fantastic snapshot of current sentiment in the global rental industry – all information received is treated in strict confidence and is averaged to ensure anonymity.

The links to the 2016 online survey are below - it should take you just a few minutes to complete.



If responses are high enough, the results of the survey will be published on both and in IRN magazine.

Thank you for participating!

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