Cassidy Hoffman looks at ESOMAR’s Global Congress through the lens of an aspiring millennial researcher.
By Arindam Mohanty
Winning the prestigious ESOMAR Young Researcher Award for 2015 was an exercise in patience, preparation and inspiration. Right from the word ‘go’, the experience of submitting my paper, working on my main presentation deck and moreover, the fieldwork that supported my paper were not only great fun but also, a rigourous process that taught me a valuable lesson or two as a researcher.
Danielle Todd shares with us how she experienced ESOMAR Congress 2015 in Dublin as a young researcher. This is the second of a 3-piece blog series.
Day Two of Congress, with the ‘Future is Now’ session, Young Researcher Awards and even more revelations, very much focused on the future of our industry. Before the sessions began, I spent the morning really absorbing all the exhibitor hall had to offer. The booth marked ‘Researching a career’ drew my eye immediately.