web3 global survey aimed at young women and parents

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As the online world evolves, the barriers to entry today on web3 are access, appeal and understanding.

EPG are pleased to be launching a global survey aimed at (a) young women 16-24 years old and (b) parents/caregivers around the world to understand knowledge gaps in the web3 world.

We would like to analyse how that may evolve as the nature of online interactivity and collaboration moves into a virtual world. The survey will identify challenges for young people and parents in particular, along with knowledge gaps for these stakeholders as well as regulators, and proposes ways they can work together for a more enriching online experience.

This would be a first-of-its-kind survey identifying knowledge gaps of young people and parents in web3. We would like to understand how we can engage and educate the next generation of digital natives to be involved in web3 in the best way possible.

***The survey period is now over. We’ll release the results in April 2023. If you’d like to find out more about this, please get in touch with us via our Contact Us form.***