By Alina Serbanica
Bucharest, March 23rd, 2017: The Romanian market research industry took once again the opportunity of a lovely sunny day in the beginning of the spring to vibe with the provocations the industry has in an emergent market placed in the core of the Central East European geography, in between the Western Europe and the border to the Asia / Middle East geography.
By Joaquim Bretcha
As most of you may know, the role of the ESOMAR Council is to give strategic direction, ensure the association’s good governance, and provide effective service to its members. With the reach of our community having grown to 35,000 professionals around the world – through 5000 individual and 500+ corporate members worldwide – combined with a robust financial status, I think we can all agree that when looking back over the last 70 years of ESOMAR, preceding Councils have been very successful in their mission! In brief, the association today is in a very good shape.
By Natalia Bukhalova
“Ukrainians are awesome! I want to show it to the (research) world and bring the (research) world to them! And I’ll start with students!”
That was my thought after reading the article by my colleague – national ESOMAR representative in Georgia, Nino Gogoladze about a meeting between Georgian research stars and students. So, I cancelled some business meetings and met marketing students from one of the leading Universities of Ukraine – Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics.
ESOMAR is delighted to be a partner of AMRA and be able to share the knowledge and expertise of its members from around the globe. “The event has marked a remarkable moment in the life and history of our industry. We wish AMRA a bright future and we look forward to continuing our cooperation” says Finn Raben, ESOMAR Director General, who spoke at this inaugural event.
Every two years our members elect a new Council to take responsibility for the organisation achieving its overall vision, mission and objectives. But who are they and what are their hopes and dreams?