Monthly Archives: May 2017

Youth are key to changing the perception of market research, but they don’t even know it yet

By Julie Aebersold (originally posted in RWConnect) If you believe the general public considers market research to be the centre of business decisions, mainstream media and politics, then you’ve got another thing coming. Reality check; the world still views market research as clipboards tossed at uninterested folk and cold calls that interrupt family meals. A… Read more »

Looking back at NEXT 2017

Lucy Davison recaps her experience at NEXT 2017, the Insights Association’s inaugural event (originally posted in Quirk’s). The Insights Association’s inaugural conference was a full-on content fest with back-to-back sessions from 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 9 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10. I’ve learned that New Yorkers – and maybe all Americans? – certainly… Read more »