by Kristin Luck
A few months ago we buried our second OTX (now Ipsos-OTX) engineer in less than 12 months. In general, I steer clear of posting any truly personal moments of my life (or those I love) online or via social media- there are some things that are too precious to share. But this funeral really brought home the loss of these incredible men- fathers, husbands, friends, and least importantly, brilliant engineers. It has left me and I think everyone at OTX, completely gutted.
ESOMAR’s Canadian partner, the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) has undertaken a comprehensive research study exploring the usage of data and information in governance and policy making and how such usage can be improved, focusing on public opinion research data.
John Griffiths explains the concept behind 98% Pure Potato a book about the beginnings of account planning
In a new book which is still being crowdfunded, John Griffiths and Tracey Follows have gone back to interview the pioneers of account planning, an elite of clever strategists who used research to make advertising that produced a customer response.
A guide for young professionals
Market Research is a field I found myself being fascinated by after working in an advertising agency in London almost 5 years ago. Ever since, I’ve been wondering what is the main ingredient that makes it so interesting and alluring to me. And I have now found the answer; it’s a unique combination of art and science applied in the business world; that is the core beauty of the discipline, and one which I have followed for many years during my academic and professional career.