K-Days organizers begin public input survey as the festival prepares to return after the Govt-19 break Pi News

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After a gap of two years due to Govt-19, the organizers of K-Days hope to bring the festival back to Edmonton bigger and better than ever.

Explore Edmonton is currently seeking feedback from Edmontonians to revive the exhibition.

The public can go online for the next three weeks and fill out a small survey to express their opinion about the event. To gain a comprehensive understanding of what people want to see on K-Days, Explore Edmonton conducts interviews and focus groups with each other.

“Every iconic event will find a way to stay relevant and relevant to their community. As a community, we know you’re still looking for something. This process will help us find ways to make it reasonable for you, and better serve your needs and preferences, ”said Traci Bednard, President and CEO of Explore Edmonton.

“K-Days reflects the spirit of the community here in Edmonton, and Edmonton is changing. As newcomers from across the country and around the world come in, our population has grown to over one million. We will continue to provide experience that keeps us going, “said Arlindo Gomes, Vice President of Business Development and Spatial at Explore Edmonton.

Ideas from the survey will be used to develop a strategy for designing program elements for the festival over the next decade.