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Editor’s note: Nick Hague is a founder and director of B2B International, a London-based research firm. Most people don’t set off on their career path with marketing research in mind but of those who fall into the market research industry, … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Kevin E. O’Connor is a facilitator, medical educator and co-author with Cyndi Maxey of Fearless Facilitation: The Ultimate Field Guide to Engaging (and Involving!) Your Audience. For more information visit www.kevinoc.com. Farmers and chefs know that we love … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Karen Morgan is president of Morgan Search, a Santa Monica, Calif., recruitment firm specializing in the marketing research industry. There’s frustration all around when it comes to hiring in the marketing research industry and beyond. Companies complain they … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Aimee Lucas is customer experience analyst at Temkin Group, a Waban, Mass., customer experience research firm. Highly-engaged employees are easy to spot. They try harder on the job and drive business results. According to Temkin Group’s 2013 Employee … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Abigail Monson is a St. Paul, Minn.-based independent marketing researcher. She can be reached at 507-581-3276 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Drive and passion. Two words I see over and over on job postings for entry-level market research positions. “Driven and passionate … Continue reading